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Jest for Fun

26 February 2011

"In one African country fish is so plentiful they use it as a means of exchange."

"Really?"

"Yes."

"Boy, they must have a messy time playing slot machines over there."

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"I really don't mind losing at slots. If it just wasn't so darn often."

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Wife to husband: "Dear, I saved $50 by not playing the quarter slots this morning."

"That's good," the husband replied. "But you could have saved more by not playing the dollar slots."

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A barker in a circus offered a curious throng $100 if anyone could get another drop of juice out of a lemon after the circus strong man had squeezed it. Several men tried it and failed. Finally a man came up, and after considerable effort squeezed another drop of juice from the lemon.

"Here's your $100," said the barker. "If you don't mind, could you tell me how you did it?"

"Not at all," replied the man. "I'm the credit manager in a Reno casino."

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A slot host tried to console a slot player who was losing heavily.

"Don't worry," the host said. "your ship is bound to come in."

"Well," said the player, "it better hurry. My pier is collapsing."

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What would you call a penguin in the Nevada desert?
Lost.

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A civics teacher asks a gambler's son to name the three great American parties. The son replied, "Democrat, Republican, cocktail."

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Did you hear about the Texan who inherited ten million dollars?

He went to Las Vegas and ran it into a small fortune.

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: