August 8, 2011
O'Toole was re-elected mayor of Gallway that day, and the festivities continued deep into the night, with the Guinness a-flowing. Around 2 AM, O'Toole saw a beautiful lady in red far across the dance hall floor. He weaved his uncertain way over to her, and bowing from the waist, slurred: "Would th' lov'ly lady in red care to ha' this dance wi' me?
"I turn you down, Sir!" said the lady in red, rather gruffly, "And for three reasons: first, it's not dance music they're playing, it's the National Anthem; second, you, Sir, are very drunk!; and thirdly, I am not 'your lovely lady in red', I am the Bishop of Gallway!"
August 8, 2011
Another hot air balloon story...
A Texan took off in a hot air balloon bound for the Eifel Tower. As he approached the coast of France, a terribly squall came up and blew him off course. After some hours, he spied land far below. Letting off some hot air, he descended, and drifted over the greenest country he's ever seen. Then he saw fields of potatoes and things, farm houses and sheds, and spotted a farmer in a field. He descended some more to within shouting distance.
Noting that the farmer was gazing up at him, he leaned out a bit and shouted: "Hey, you down there! Where am I?"
The farmer laughed and shouted back: "You canna fool me! You're up there in that little basket!"
September 8, 2018
Mr. and Mrs. Brown had two sons. One was named Mind Your Own Business & the other was named Trouble. One day the two boys decided to play hide and seek. Trouble hid while Mind Your Own Business counted to one hundred. Mind Your Own Business began looking for his brother behind garbage cans and bushes. Then he started looking in and under cars until a police man approached him and asked, "What are you doing?" "Playing a game," the boy replied. "What is your name?" the officer questioned. "Mind Your Own Business." Furious the policeman inquired, "Are you looking for trouble?!" The boy replied, "Why, yes."
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