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56 minutes ago, Old Collingwood said:

I used to go into a couple of bad puns...........I mean pubs.

 

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 I had and uncle that was a magician. We would be walking down division, between wealthy and 36th Street, in Grand Rapids Michigan. At any given time, he would turn into a bar.

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It’s a rowdy night in a saloon in the wild west. The swing doors burst open and a furious cowboy stomps in, looking around. He goes up to the bar and grabs the first drinker and shouts ‘DID YOU PAINT MY HORSE’S BALLS YELLOW??’

The startled guy at the bar stammers ‘.. No ..’. The angry cowboy slugs him and throws him aside. He grabs the collar of the next guy at the bar: same question, DID YOU PAINT MY HORSE’S BALLS YELLOW??’

‘No!’ says the second cowpoke but gets knocked down anyway. The now livid cowboy turns to a table of poker players and kicks the closest chair and screams ‘DID YOU PAINT MY HORSE’S BALLS YELLOW??’

The guy sitting in the chair turns and stares. He gets up. And up. He is massive and hard as an anvil. He looks down at the man who kicked his chair. ‘Yeah, I did. I painted your horse’s balls yellow. So what?’

After a pause, ‘The first coat is dry’.

Edited by bruce d

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