Sunday, February 2, 2014

Return to Humor


I've written about gravitas, politics, battle-axes, and in general been free with opinions all over the place.  And tossing big words here and there.  Suddenly, it's like, gee, I'm one of those who would write for heavyweight publications like Atlantic or The New York Times or Cosmopolitan, for God's sake!  And, frankly, I'm out of my league.

Anyway, I'm into humor, and think that chicks can do it too.  Even blondes in their twenties with small hooters!

Someone said or wrote that, "Life's a comedy, for those who wish it to be.  Have fun; none of us are getting out alive."  So, enough of my serious crap!

Here's a short blonde joke:

Several blondes were driving through Louisiana. As they were approaching the town of Natchitoches, they started arguing about the pronunciation of the name. They argued back and forth until they stopped for lunch.*

As they stood at the counter, one blonde asked the manager, "Before we order, could you please settle an argument for us? Would you please pronounce where we are - very slowly?" The manager leaned over the counter and said, "Burrrrrrrr-gerrrrrrr-Kiiiiing."

*For the benefit of the curious, it's approximately "Na-ka-tosh."



11 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

ha ha.

Françoise said...

Nice story!

Chuck Bear said...

You have a really nice blog.

Mike said...

You should have done a joke for tall blondes too.

Duckbutt said...

I love that joke!

John Hill said...

Funny

Bilbo said...

Do you know why blonde girls have bruises around their navels? Because blonde guys aren't very smart, either.

Big Sky Heidi said...

Towns with difficult to pronounce names should have pronounciation guides on their signs.

Elvis Wearing a Bra on His Head said...

There's always time for blonde jokes, and the best ones are told by natural blondes.

Clarissa said...

You Southern girls are very tolerant of guys' expressions for breasts, in some cases using them yourself! In some parts of the country, calling them that would have gotten righteous criticism.

Dianne said...

that was fun