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Subject: the golden screw

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by lethal tupperwa, Mar 2, 2007.

  1. lethal tupperwa

    lethal tupperwa

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    Once upon a time, a young lad was born without a belly button. In
    its place was a golden screw. All the doctors told his mother that
    there was nothing they could do. Like it or not, he was stuck with it.

    All the years of growing up was real tough on him, as all who saw the
    screw made fun of him. He avoided ever leaving his house and thus, never
    made any friends.

    One day, a mysterious stranger saw his belly and told him of a swami in
    Tibet that could get rid of the screw for him. He was thrilled. The next
    day he took all of his life's savings and bought a ticket to Nepal.

    After several days of climbing up steep cliffs, he came upon a giant
    monastery. The swami knew exactly why he had come. He was told to sleep in
    the highest tower of the monastery and the following day when he awoke, the
    screw would have been removed.

    The man immediately went to the room and fell asleep. During the night
    while he slept, a purple fog floated in an open window, bearing in its
    mist, a golden screwdriver. In just moments, the screw-driver removed
    the screw and disappeared out the window.

    The next morning when the man awoke, he saw the golden screw laying on
    the pillow next to him. Reaching down, he felt his navel, and there was no
    screw there!

    Jubilant, he leaped out of bed, and his butt fell off.


    The moral to this is "don't screw around with things you don't
    understand -- you could lose your ass".