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Three Virgins

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by Eddie C., Sep 20, 2002.

  1. Eddie C.

    Eddie C. Administrator Moderator CLM

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    The Three Virgins...
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >>>A mother's three virgin daughters were all getting married within a
    >short time period.
    > >Because
    > >>Mom was a bit worried about how their sex life would get started, she
    >made
    > >>them all promise to send a postcard from the honeymoon with a few
    >words on
    > >>how marital sex felt.
    > >>>
    > >>>The first girl sent a card from Hawaii two days after the wedding.
    >The card said nothing but
    > >>"Maxwell House". Mom was puzzled at first, but then went the kitchen and
    got
    >out
    > >>the Maxwell House can. It said: "Good till the last drop."
    > >>>
    > >>>Mom blushed, but was pleased for her daughter.
    > >>>
    > >>>The second girl sent the card from Vermont a week after the wedding,
    >and the card read:
    > >>"Benson & Hedges". Mom now knew to go straight to her husband's
    >cigarettes,
    > >>and she read from the Benson & Hedges pack: "Extra Long. King Size".
    > >>>
    > >>>She was again slightly embarrassed but still happy for her daughter.
    > >>>
    > >>>The third girl left for her honeymoon in the Caribbean. Mom waited
    >for a week, nothing.
    > >>Another week went by and still nothing. Then after a whole month, a
    >card
    > >>finally arrived. Written on it with shaky handwriting were the words
    > >>"British Airways". Mom took out her latest
    > >>>Harper's Bazaar magazine, flipped through the pages fearing the
    >worst, and finally found the
    > >>ad for British Airways. The ad said: "Three times a day, seven days a
    >week,
    > >>both ways." Mom fainted!