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100 year old man

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by okie, Jul 26, 2003.

  1. okie

    okie GT Mayor

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    A 100 year old man was having a big birthday party at his nursing
    home. A TV crew was there to interview the man on this special day.

    "Please tell our audience how you managed to live so long," said
    the reporter.

    "Well, I don't ever drink and I've never smoked," replied the old
    geezer. "And, I make it a point to stay away from wild women."

    Just then, there was a loud shriek in the hall. The crew turned to
    see a nurse run by, followed by an agile looking, older man. The
    older man carried a foul smelling cigar in one hand and a glass of
    whiskey in the other. As he ran by, he paused for a moment, looked
    at the crowd and let out a hardy, "He, he, he!" and then continued
    his pursuit.

    "What was that all about?" asked the astonished reporter.

    Replied the old geezer, "Please excuse my father - he gets carried
    away sometimes!"
     
  2. vafish

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    Your killing me. Where's the punch line?
     

  3. potshot

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    Finish the joke dude.:(
     
  4. geminicricket

    geminicricket NRA Life member

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    Okie, and any others, this is not a joke, but a story about a 100 year old man.

    When I was a kid, the preacher thought it would be a good deed to have the teenagers visit a local old folks home to visit and provide some worship opportunities for anyone who wanted to hear us sing. Being CoC folks, we didn't need no stinking instruments.

    Anyway, in the course of our visits we learned that a certain inmate was approaching his 100th birthday with no family surviving to help him celebrate it. We gang of kids made gifts for him. I don't remember what I made, but my brother took a disk of wood, about 6" diameter from a recently deceased tree in our yard, and using a soldering iron he wrote, "Charlie Smith, 100 years" and the birthdate on it, then stained and varnished it. We had a little party for the gentleman, with only about about a half-dozen of us teenaged strangers there to help him celebrate, and he cried while we sang "Happy Birthday".
     
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    To finish the joke...

    "What was that all about?" asked the astonished reporter.

    Replied the old geezer, "Please excuse my father - he gets carried away sometimes!"
     
  6. okie

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    Sorry bout the screw up guys.;U ;U ;U ;U ;U ;U ;U ;U ;U ;U