Turn me over, brothers, I am done enough on this side

We will never forget you

While thinking about the humor behind AL’s funny horse, I jumped track and started thinking about my favorite joke of all time, which I ran across on Snopes a few years back.

I don’t get the impression that Snopes does a lot of jokes, but this one comes attached to a thread with urban legends about things like glitter, stickers, etc. accidentally applied / stuck to a lady’s parts just before she visits the doctor….

It still makes me laugh every time I read it, and when I tell it I tend to start laughing so hard I can’t deliver the punch line properly.

Two women go out one weekend without their husbands. As they came back, right before dawn, both of them drunk, they felt the urge to pee. They noticed the only place to stop was a cemetery. Scared and drunk, they stopped and decided to go there anyway.

The first one did not have anything to clean herself with, so she took off her underwear and used them to clean herself and discarded them.

The second, not finding anything either, thought “I’m not getting rid of my underwear…” so she used the ribbon of a flower wreath to clean herself.

The morning after, the two husbands were talking to each other on the phone, and one says to the other, “We have to be on the look-out, it seems that these two were up to no good last night, my wife came home without her underwear …”

The other one responded, “You’re lucky, mine came home with a card stuck to her behind that read, “We will never forget you.”



“We will never forget you.” [Image source: Pixabay]

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