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Friday, November 19, 2010

How About a Giggle to Wind Down the Day!!

A young woman was pulled over for speeding. An Oregon State Trooper walked to her car window, flipping open his ticket book.

"I bet you're going to sell me a ticket to the State Trooper's Ball," the young woman said.

He replied, "Oregon State Troopers don't have balls."  

There was a moment of silence. He then closed his book, tipped his hat, got back into his patrol car and left.

Way to go, Girl!!!


Ebie said...

LOL! Nice laugh for a Friday night!

Arija said...

..go†ta be quick on the draw...

Go girl go :)

Kay L. Davies said...

Took him a moment, then he had to make a dignified withdrawal. LOL
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Tarun Mitra said...


Kay said...

Ack! That's hilarious!

Sue McPeak said...

Good one, Sylivia! I sure needed a good LOL to end the day! I haven't been pulled over in a long time, but I think I'll make a PostIt Note and stick it on my Dash. Even tho the speed limit has been raised to 75 on the back roads of West Texas, I sometimes exceed that on my way to Fort Stockton. I hope the Texas Rangers don't have any....Ahem...Dances either!

indicaspecies said...

I have one to share (though not as hilarious):
Why was Cinderella thrown off the basketball team?
She ran away from the ball.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I don't think its good for me to laugh so hard so early in the morning.

Jenn Jilks said...

Between you, your photos, your quotes, Mark Twain, your site is always a pleasure to visit.
I am getting over a cold, and so happy to sit and look at beautiful photos.

My Skies !

Louis la Vache said...


(The inquiring mind of «Louis la Vache» wonders where you got that...)


jabblog said...

Excellent! Think before you speak . . .

George said...


Janie said...

Ha, ha! Great way to get out of a ticket.

Splendid Little Stars said...

nope, he apparently didn't have any.

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