Having shot a moose two Antartians began dragging it by the tail to their pick-up.
On the way they were stopped by a game warden. "Let me see your hunting licenses boys," he said. When he saw that everything was in order he asked if he could give them some advice.
"Sure!" the hunters agreed.
"Well boys, I think that you would find it a lot easier to drag that moose by the horns and not the tail."
"Aye, O.K. and thanks," said the lads.
After about five minutes one said to the other, "Boy, dragging by the horns is sure a lot easier, eh?"
"Aye, you're right," said his friend, "but have you noticed that we are getting further away from the truck?"
Tom Reilly - Cambridge - Ont. - Canada
rec.:Oct/30/2002 pub.:Feb/7/2003 sent:Dec/21/2013
2.98 / 168
Q: What do you call a midget fortuneteller on the run from the law?
A: A small medium at large.
nomad - murrieta - ca. - Sudan
rec.:Sep/23/2006 pub.:Oct/16/2006 sent:Nov/3/2013
3.39 / 90
Never say anything bad about a man until you have walked a mile in his shoes. By then he’s a mile away, you have got his shoes, and your can say whatever you want to.
Anonymous - USA.
rec.:Dec/9/2003 pub.:Dec/9/2003 sent:Nov/2/2010
3.11 / 133
The driving instructor was giving lessons to an extremely nervous student who panicked whenever another car approached on a particular two-lane road. One day, however, they got to the same stretch of road; and the student remained completely calm.
“This time you’re doing fine!” exclaimed the instructor. “Yes,” the novice driver agreed.
“Now when I see another car coming, I shut my eyes.”
Anonymous - USA.
rec.:May/15/2006 pub.:May/15/2006 sent:Feb/24/2013