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Deer Hunting

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by MooseJaw, Feb 24, 2003.

  1. MooseJaw

    MooseJaw NRA Lifer Silver Member CLM

    Feb 12, 2002
    A group of friends went deer hunting and decided to pair off in twos for the day. That evening one of the hunters returned alone, staggering under the weight of an eight-point buck.

    Where's Ed?" the other hunters asked. Ed's hunting partner, Brian, replied,
    "Ed must have had a heart attack. He just keeled over and died a couple of miles back up the trail."

    The other hunters gasped and one guy asked,
    "You left Ed laying out there and carried the deer back?"

    "It was a tough call," nodded Brian. "But I figured that nobody would
    steal Ed."

  2. Back in the 'fifties, it was the custom (as it still is today) for ad agencies to wine and dine their customes. One particular customer was an avid fisherman and asked the ad executive servicing his account to set up a Canadian fishing trip for the customer and his immediate staff.

    The ad executive, thought for a moment, and then composed a telegram to be sent to a Canadian fishing guide that he knew:

    "Have six VIP guests coming up your way. Please reserve two punts and a canoe for their use next week."

    He got back a telegrams which read:

    "I have the girls lined up, but what the hell is a 'panoe?'"
  3. .............WOW........................