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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

A Smile or Two for the Day!!




Who's afraid of the Vet???

And!!!  An old story, but still funny!

Lee Trevino....True story as told by himself. 

One day, shortly after joining the PGA tour in 1965, Lee Trevino, a professional golfer and married man, was at his home in Dallas, Texas mowing his front lawn, as he always did.  A lady driving by in a big, shiny Cadillac stopped in front of his house, lowered the window and asked, "Excuse me, do you speak English?"  
Lee responded, "Yes M'am, I do."  
The lady then asked, "What do you charge to do yard work?" 
 Lee said, "Well, the lady in this house lets me sleep with her."

The lady hurriedly put the car into gear and sped off.










12 comments:

Sally in WA said...

Thanks for putting a smile on my face today, Sylvia! Hope you have a wonderful day.

This is Belgium said...

ha ha, this is so funny
the vet picture is fantastic
and the lawn mowing lawn story is not bad at all, although this happened quite some time ago, the story could be actual today !

TexWisGirl said...

ha ha! take that, rich bi*ch!

Mama Zen said...

That vet picture seems awfully familiar! Too funny!

Jo said...

The vet picture is fantastic! Hope you're having a great day, Sylvia. Greetings, Jo

Jack said...

A quick wit, that Lee Trevino.

NixBlog said...

LOL - thanks for the morning laugh, Sylvia. Enjoy your day.

Betsy Adams said...

Cute funny ones, Sylvia... Made me smile. I love the Trevino story.
Hugs,
Betsy

George said...

Thanks for the smiles.

Kay said...

Love that kitten photo and the Lee Trevino story is hilarious!

Margie's Musings said...

That's a great story, Sylvia!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh too funny Sylvia..the Lee Trevino story made me laugh out loud, and the pictures awwww! too cute.

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