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BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU ASK FOR

A white guy is walking along a beach when he comes across a lamp partially buried in the sand. He picks up the lamp and gives it a rub.Two blonde genies appear, and they tell him he has been granted three wishes.

The guy makes his three wishes and the blonde genies disappear.

The next thing the guy knows, he’s in a bedroom, in a golf-course mansion, surrounded by 50 beautiful women. After he makes love to all of them, he begins to explore this fabulous house.

Suddenly he feels something soft under his feet, he looks down and the floor is covered in $100 bills. Then, there’s a knock at the door.

He answers it and standing there are two persons dressed in Ku Klux Klan outfits. They drag him outside to the nearest tree, throw a rope over a limb and hang him by the neck until he’s dead. As the Klansmen are walking away, they remove their hoods. It’s the two blonde genies.

One blonde genie says to the other one, ‘I can understand the first wish having all these beautiful women in a big mansion to make love to. I can also understand him wanting to be a millionaire. But why he wanted to be hung like a black man is beyond me.’


Remembering Adele Tyler

Adele Tyler, a tireless community worker in the Upper King Valley, passed away on 17th October last year 2002.

She is best remembered her for her work with The Upper King Valley Action Association in establishing the Whitfield Picnic Park with its gardens, public toilets, unique rotunda, and replica of the Whitfield Railway Passenger Shelter. Over the years, Adele fought the good fight with the authorities for the improvement of our local infrastructure.

Some of her more important work was in the ante-natal care area and setting up Meals-On-Wheels throughout the King Valley.

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Written by Greg Naylor

24 October 2008 at 12:00 am

Posted in humour, social comment

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  1. Oh Greg, the “hung like a black man” joke is as old as the hills mate. You gotta get out of that hidden valley more often.

    raydixon

    24 October 2008 at 12:58 am


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