Grandma left the stove on and the pan was burnt. I asked her if she had a timer she can use, as to not forget in the future
"NO! Don't you dare go there! I don't have that," she said, shaking her fist at me.
"No, no, Grandma, I said 'A timer'!"
Two elderly women had been friends for over forty years. Each one was losing their hearing. Minnie asked, "Are you going to be home today?"
"Yes, as far as I know," replied her friend, Adie.
"Good I have a gift for you."
"Esther Price?" Adie asked.
Knowing Minnie loved Esther Price candy, she assumed the gift was candy. As the day wore on, Minnie finally arrived with a book on Smoothies. Adie was confused. "I didn't know Esther Price sold books?"
"But this morning you said they did."
"Oh, I thought you said, 'That's nice.'"
An elderly couple were sitting outdoors at a cafe when they noticed an old man who seemed to be having trouble crossing the street with an ungainly shuffle. The man said to his wife, "He surely has bad arthritis to walk like that."
His wife replied, "No, that's definitely old time rheumatism."
They couldn't agree so the man decided to ask the old man. He walked over to him and said, "Excuse me, sir, but my wife and I saw you having difficulty crossing the street and I told her that you have arthritis but she insisted that you have rheumatism. Which one of us was wrong?"
The old man said, "The three of us were wrong."
"Three of us were wrong? How so?" asked the man.
To which the old man replied, "You were wrong when you said I had arthritis, your wife was wrong when she said I had rheumatism, and I was wrong when I thought I just had to pass gas."