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Sunday, October 17, 2010

A Little Humor for the Day!

My humor providing, 89 year old friend sent this to me -- too funny not to share!

Charlie's wife, Lucy, had been after him for several weeks to paint the
seat on their toilet.  Finally, he got around to doing it while Lucy was
out.  After finishing, he left to take care of another matter before she
returned.  She came in and undressed to take a shower.  Before getting
in the shower, she sat on the toilet.  As she tried to stand up, she
realized that the not-quite-dry epoxy paint had glued her to the toilet
seat.  About that time, Charlie got home and realized her predicament.
They both pushed and pulled without any success whatsoever.  Finally, in
desperation, Charlie undid the toilet seat bolts.  Lucy wrapped a sheet
around herself and Charlie drove her to the hospital emergency room.
The ER Doctor got her into a position where he could study how to free
her (Try to get a mental picture of this.).  Lucy tried to lighten the
embarrassment of it all by saying, "Well, Doctor, I'll bet you've never
seen anything like this before."  The Doctor replied, "Actually, I've
seen lots of them.  I just never saw one mounted and framed."


Anonymous said...

Oh no! Epoxy! That really sticks. Sounds like she had a pretty good humor about her situation.

Reader Wil said...

Wow! What an ordeal! That must have been horrible!

~Cheryl said...

Hoo! That's funny! Exactly something my mom would send!

lotusleaf said...

Ha ha! That is funny!

Anonymous said...

ROFLMAO!!! Love it PhQB :) have a great Sunday :)

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

oh Sylvia...this is a HOOT!

Naturedigital said...

You made my day Sylvia. Cant stop loughing.
Have a great week.

George said...

Thanks for ending my day with a chuckle (actually I laughed out loud!).

Susan at Stony River said...

Sounds like our family -- yup!
I guess I should count my blessings that this never really happened to me! LOL

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