A woman sought the advice of a sex therapist, confiding that she found it increasingly difficult to find a man who could satisfy her, and that it was very wearisome getting in and out of all these short term relationships.
“Isn’t there some way to judge the size of a man’s equipment from the outside?” she asked earnestly.
“The only foolproof way, is by the size of his feet,” counseled the therapist.
So the woman went downtown and proceeded to cruise the streets, until she came across a young fellow standing in an unemployment line with the biggest feet she had ever laid her eyes on. She took him out to dinner, wined and dined him, and then took him back to her apartment for an evening of abandon.
When the man woke up the next morning, the woman had already gone but, by the bedside table was a $20 bill and a note that read, “With my compliments, take this money and go out and buy a pair of shoes that fit you.”
Q: Is it wrong to have sex before you are married?
A: Only if you are late for the ceremony.
Q: “Was your wife a virgin when you married?”
A: “I don’t know. Some say yes. Some say no.”
Kay was a beautiful girl. As she was walking through the woods on a hot summers day, the heat became too much for her and she decided to go for a swim. She took off all her clothes, piled them neatly on the side of the riverbank and dived in.
A couple of young boys came along and decided to steal her clothes.
Having gotten out of the water and discovered that her clothes had been stolen, Kay decided to go to the roadside and hitch a ride home. Along came James, riding a bicycle.
He stopped for Kay. “Come on,” he said. “I’ll ride you into town.”
She jumped on his bicycle and rode sidesaddle in front of James.
James said nothing, but after ten minutes Kay was so overwhelmed at how calm he was that she said, “Tell me, haven’t you noticed that I’m completely naked?”
“Sure,” said James. “Haven’t you noticed that you’re riding on a girls bike?”
Q: What did one lesbian say to the other?
A: Your face or mine?