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Jest for Fun

31 July 2005

A male tourist asks a check-in clerk what's good in a room.

"Well," said the clerk, "there's a blonde in room 2l4."

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There are still a few pit bosses around with adventurous experiences during WWII. There was one pit boss who was hidden in a cellar by an Italian girl. They were in Cleveland at the time.

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Joe: "My wife says that if I don't stop playing poker she'll leave me."
Bill: "Gee. That's too bad."
Joe: "Yeah. I'll miss her."

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A botany teacher asks a gambler's son, "John, what plant is peculiar to the Nevada desert?"

Gambler's son: "The shamrock."

Teacher: "The shamrock? Shamrocks are only found in Ireland!"

Gambler's son: "That's right. That's why it would be peculiar to the desert."

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He: "Do you play within your budget when you go to Las Vegas?"

She: "Good heavens, no! It's all I can do to play within my credit allowance."

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In a casino restaurant.
Customer: "Waiter! Waiter!"
Waiter (surly): "Yeah? What do you want?"
Customer: "The service here is terrible."
Waiter: "How do you know? You haven't had any."

In the same restaurant.
Customer: "Waiter! Waiter!"
Waiter: "You called?"
Customer: "No, you heard a trumpet."
Waiter: "Well, what did the trumpet want?"
Customer: "What it wanted was to know the exact nature of its offense."
Waiter: "What offense? What are you talking about?"
Customer: "That's what I want you to tell me. Since I came in here a good half hour ago, I've been living on nothing but bread and water."

Larry Mak
Larry Mak is a former science writer at the California Institute of Technology and he is currently a freelance gaming author.

Books by Larry Mak:

Larry Mak
Larry Mak is a former science writer at the California Institute of Technology and he is currently a freelance gaming author.

Books by Larry Mak: