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Jest for Fun

7 May 2011

Husband to wife: "Let's take a municipal bus to the Flamingo on the Strip."

"No way," said the wife. "The last time I rode on one of these Vegas buses there was an accident and I was almost killed."

"Oh," said the husband, "give them another chance."

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After a visit to a Las Vegas night club, a tourist said, "The place had a minimum. I don't remember what it was, but the girls were wearing it."

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A lucky slot player hits a mega-jackpot and rushes to tell his wife.

Husband: "I hit Megabucks for $50,000! And you should have seen all the people coming up to me shaking my hand and patting me on the back. One woman even gave me a kiss."

Wife: "Did you kiss her back?"

Husband: "No, I kissed her on the cheek."

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A gambler was asked why he always flirted with waitresses.

He replied, "I'm playing for big steaks."

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A senator up for reelection in a Southern state was asked his position on gambling. "Well," said the senator, "some of my friends gamble and some of my friends don't. And I always stand behind my friends."

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A sexy Las Vegas showgirl said that she would do anything for a mink coat. Now, she can't button it.

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A. "Do you believe in palmistry?"

B. "Not exactly. But the other night I took a look at a lady's hand and at one glance I knew she'd be lucky."

A. "Really? How could you tell?"

B. "Simple. She had four aces in it."

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Many slot systems work fine -- until you start using them.

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: