4/11/16

Family mechanic.



Joke #1 - "Aah! I think I found the source of the noise, ma'am. That'll be three hundred fifty for labor, and eighteen dollars for the disposal fee."

Joke #2 - "Sorry we were out of pocket calendars, Mrs. Finchberry. Here, please accept this instead."

Joke #3 - "I'm sorry, Ma'am. There's a recall on this unit, and I could lose my job if I don't replace it with a remanufactured product that meets spec. I'm sure you understand."

Joke #4 - "There, doesn't that feel better? Now, you may feel some postpartum melancholy for a few days, but that's normal. Thanks for choosing Ford!"

Joke #5 - "Here, let me get that for you. Wow! This is a big one! Actually, it's pretty common to see this kind of debris collecting in your foot wells this time of year. Just try to keep your windows rolled up when driving past schools, okay?"

Joke #6 - Doug greeted the Finchberrys and bent to pick up little Claudia and give her a tickle, like he always did. Tragically, he didn't notice the drafting ruler she was playing with. His laugh turned to a gurgle as the steel found its way home.

Joke #7 - The '53 Ford was available with a "child delete" dealer option that has made examples of this particular model exceptionally rare and collectible in subsequent decades.

Mat Black had a bit of energy yesterday, and one of the many things he did was joke us up a Joke #8. Thanks, Mat! - In an age when oil company premiums were common, Esso really upped the game with their "Win a War Orphan" promotion.



[Commenter jokes will be added to the post.   -Mgmt.]


1 comments:

Mat Black said...

In an age when oil company premiums were common, Esso really upped the game with their "Win a War Orphan" promotion.

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