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Tuesday, April 3, 2012


A father walks into a restaurant with his young son. He gives the young boy 3 coins to play the juke-box with to keep him occupied. Suddenly, the boy starts choking, going blue in the face.

The father realizes the boy has swallowed the coins and starts slapping him on the back. The boy coughs up 2 of the coins, but keeps choking. Looking at his son, the father is panicking, shouting for help.

A well dressed, attractive, and serious looking woman, in a blue business suit is sitting at a coffee bar reading a newspaper and sipping a cup of coffee.

At the sound of the commotion, she looks up, puts her coffee cup down, neatly folds the newspaper and places it on the counter, gets up from her seat and makes her way, unhurried, across the restaurant.

Reaching the boy, the woman carefully drops his pants; takes hold of the boy's testicles and starts to squeeze and twist, gently at first and then ever so firmly. After a few seconds the boy convulses violently and coughs up the last coin, which the woman deftly catches in her free hand.

Releasing the boy's testicles, the woman hands the coin to the father and walks back to her seat in the coffee bar without saying a word.

As soon as he is sure that his son has suffered no ill effects, the father rushes over to the woman and starts thanking her saying, 'I've never seen anybody do anything like that before, it was fantastic. Are you a doctor?'

'No,' the woman replied. 'Divorce attorney.'


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Friko said...

There, it takes an expert to wring the last penny out of the system.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

You got that right Sylvia!!

Rajesh said...

Too good.

Salitype said...

Very funny !


NixBlog said...

Ha ha! Good one, Sylvia. Needed to start my day off with a laugh.
Enjoy the rest of the week!

magiceye said...


Team G Square said...

HA HA .....

Jack said...

Too funny!

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