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A guy says, “I remember the first time I used alcohol as a substitute for
“Yeah what happened?” asked his friend.
The first guy replies, “Well, er, I got my penis stuck in the neck of the

Blonde secretary’s memo to her boss:

TO: My Boss
FROM: Blondie
SUBJECT: Changing Calendars For Y2K

I hope that I haven’t misunderstood your instructions because, to be honest, none of this Y to K problem made much sense to me. At any rate, I have finished the conversion of all of the months on all the company calendars for you. The calendars have returned from the printer and are ready to be distributed with the following new months:


I also changed all the days of each week to:


We are now Y to K compliant.
Your loyal secretary!

In Montana, on the sight where Custer and his men had their asses handed
to them by the Sioux, a huge mural is to be painted. The artist insists on
complete secrecy.
When the mural is unveiled it shows an orgy of naked Indians screwing all
over the prairie, and in the center a cow with a halo. The artist says the
mural is a rendering of Custer’s final thoughts – “Holy cow! Look at all
them fuckin’ Indians!”

A construction worker on the third floor of a building needs a handsaw. He sees one of the laborers on the first floor and yells down to him, but the man indicates that he can’t hear. So, the guy on the third floor tries to use signs. He points to his eye, meaning, “I”, then at his knee, meaning, “need”, then he moves his hand back and forth, meaning, “handsaw”.

The man on the first floor nods, then drops his pants and begins to masturbate.

The man on the third floor freaks out and runs down to the first floor yelling, ”What the hell is wrong with you!?! Are you stupid or something? I was saying that I needed a handsaw!”

The laborer looks at the carpenter and says, ”I knew that. I was just trying to tell you that I was coming.”

Do you know what a dog and a screen door have in common?
the more you bang them the looser they get.

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