Don't know why, but I woke up this morning with some old, old jokes in my mind. Of course, by the time I got out of bed, dressed, and got my computer turned on, I forgot most of them. These are all so old that maybe none of you remember them. I am going to tell you a couple anyway.
The Indian Chief was invited to go to Washington to see the president on the iron horse. He was hesitant about getting on that fire and smoke breathing monster, but they assured him all would be well and that he would have all the comforts of home. So he agreed to go only if he could take his squaw with him. That too was agreeable. After a couple of hours into the trip, the Chief got thirsty and had his squaw go get him a cup of water. He drank it and said it was really good and to go get him another. She did and he said he could use one more. This time she came back without any. He inquired why she didn't have any water and she said that someone was sitting on the well!!!
Another old joke is about the woman who had three germs living in her stomach and they made her feel ill, so she went to the doctor. He asked her a lot of questions, especially if she went to the bathroom regularly. She replied that she was very regular and went every morning at seven fifteen. He couldn't find anything wrong but gave her an antibiotic. Later the three germs started feeling the affects of the medicine. The first one said he was leaving the stomach and going to the liver. The second one said he was going to go to the heart. The third one said he didn't care where the heck the other two were going, that he was taking the 7:15 out of here!!
I better quit, cause they don't get any better. . . I just wonder how old these jokes are. I have been telling them for probably close to 40 or 50 years or so. Well, I hope I at least put a little grin on your lips this morning. Have a great day today and be careful of that well water, it may leave three germs in your stomach, you hear?