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Brain

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by okie, Mar 15, 2007.

  1. okie

    okie GT Mayor

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    There was only one cure for his problem...a brain transplant. Having decided
    to have the operation privately he was given the choice of what sort of brain he
    should receive.
    "The brain of a top-notch mathematician will cost you $10,000. That of a
    world-renowned astro-physicist will set you back $20,000. But if you want the
    brain of a politician it will cost $40,000!"
    "Why on earth does the brain of a politician cost so much more than those of
    people who are clearly much cleverer?" he asked, very much surprised.
    "Ah well, you see, the politician's brain has hardly ever been used."
     
  2. Timor

    Timor

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    Heard one similar to that. The difference being the prices were for a pound of brain. When asked why a pound of politician brain was so much more expensive, the doctor replied, "Do you know how many politician you have to go through to get a pound of brains?"
     


  3. gr81disp

    gr81disp Bushbot v1.0

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    A starving man walks into a cannibal restaurant and decides he must eat, so he looks at the menu:

    Lawyer $5.00/lb

    Missionary $1.00/lb

    Native $0.50/lb

    Hippie $20.00/lb

    The man waves the waiter over asks him, "I can see that depending on how rare the type is why the prices are how they are, but why is hippie so expensive, aren't there a lot of them in this part of the world communing with nature?"

    The waiter says, "Yes, there are a lot of them, but have ever tried to clean one?"