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A man went to his dentist because he felt something wrong in his mouth. The dentist examined him and said “That new upper plate I put in for you six months ago is eroding. What have you been eating?”

The man replied, “All I can think of is that about four months ago, my wife made some asparagus and put some stuff on it that was delicious… hollandaise sauce! I love it so much now that I put it on everything — meat, toast, fish, vegetables, everything!”

The dentist said, “Well, that’s probably the problem. Hollandaise sauce is made with lots of lemon juice, which is highly corrosive. It’s eaten away your upper plate. I’ll make you a new one, and this time, I’ll use chrome.”

“Why chrome?” asked the patient.

“It’s simple,” said the dentist. “Everyone knows that there’s no plate like chrome for the hollandaise.”

He enthusiastically agreed and sped up the car.

He reached the 55 MPH mark, so she took off her blouse.

At 60 off came the pants.

At 65 it was her bra and at 70 her panties.

Now seeing her naked for the first time and traveling faster than he ever had before, he became very excited and lost control of the car. He sveered off the road, went over an embankment and hit a tree. His girlfriend was not hurt but he was trapped. She tried to pull him free but he was stuck.

“Go to the road and get help,” he said. “I don’t have anything to cover myself with!” she replied.

The man felt around, but could only reach one of his shoes.

“You’ll have to put this between your legs to cover it up,” he told her.

So she did as he said and went up to the road for help.

Along came a truck driver.

Seeing a naked, crying woman along the road, he pulled over to hear her story.

“My boyfriend! My boyfriend!” she sobs, “He’s stuck and I can’t pull him out!”

The truck driver looking down at the shoe between her legs replies: “Ma’am, if he’s in that far, I’m afraid he’s a goner!”

At a Fortune 500 company I took the soap in the kitchen area and put it in the refrigerator with a sign that said, “Do not remove.” It stayed there for the final three weeks of my contract. I actually witnessed Individuals taking it out, using it and putting it back. [Morgan's Note: A variation of this theme would be a sign on the soap that reads, "Do not use with water."] [Another Morgan's Note: Another variation is a sign on a cafeteria line: "Not to be taken internally."]

A friend from West Virginia was shopping at the Wal-Mart in Blacksburg, VA. At the cash register, my friend wrote a check. The clerk asked for her driver’s license. She presented her West Virginia drivers license and the clerk grabbed it way from her and scoffed at her, “If you’re going to use a fake ID, you could at least use a real state!” A manager was required to verify West Virginia’s statehood.

A report from a 9th grader: Our school campus has twenty buildings spread over seventy acres. There were two soda machines. Recently they added a third. I overheard the workers arguing where to put the new machine. They decided to put it next to the other machine because that way people would notice it when buying drinks. There was one tiny flaw in that plan. The two machines sold the same drinks, and the new one cost an extra 75 cents.

When Daylight Saving Time was started on a national basis, I was able to convince one Individual that she had to get up at 2 a.m. to reset her clocks. To do otherwise would violate federal law.

While shopping at the grocery store, I noticed that the tuna packed in spring water was labeled dolphin safe, but the tuna packed in oil was not. I mentioned this fact to the cashier and mused out loud, “I wonder why?” She replied, “Must be because the oil would suffocate them.”

My previous job was with a clothing manufacturer. Every season we would have presentations on the latest fashions from around the world. During one of these presentations, our chief designer held up a pair of jeans that he had purchased in a trendy boutique in London. He told us that they were from a very exclusive designer and were about 200 pounds each. An individual from the audience piped up, “200 pounds! How can a pair of jeans weigh that much?!”

A long, long, time ago, when I was 19 or 20, I went to a bar with an older friend. The guy at the door asked for my ID. I gave him my driver’s license, which of course had my date of birth printed on it.

He looked at it and said, “You have to be 21 to get in here.” I replied, “That ID is a few years old.” He looked at it again for a moment, then said, “Oh, OK” and let me in.

At my previous company in the UK, a Quality Initiative made use of posters around the office featuring parts of motivating words such as’S CCESS’ and ‘VAL E’. This was supposed to make you think that what was missing was ‘U’ (you). However, to the joy of the staff, a handwritten addition to the posters appeared. It was the single word: ‘B LL’.

There’s an automotive tire dealer in town with the following motto painted in two-foot high letters on the storefronts of their several locations: “If it’s in stock, we’ve got it!”

The receptionist was instructed to call a vendor. Using the vendor’s invoice as the source of the phone number she began calling. Each time she called, her phone would ring. When she answered, no one was there. This continued throughout the morning. When later asked if she reached the vendor she explained what was happening and demonstrated for her superior. He noticed that the phone number she was calling (which was on the vendor’s invoice) WAS THEIR OWN PHONE NUMBER! She had spent an entire morning calling herself.

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