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Saturday, 14 September 2019

Ya gotta larf!

The scene: A calm country road, on a nice spring day.
An Amish carriage, slowly making its way along a westbound lane.
A county sheriff on patrol, notices a violation, and signals the carriage to stop.
A pretty young woman, wearing a bonnet, is the sole occupant and carriage operator.
“I’m not going to cite you,” said the officer. “I just wanted to warn you that the reflector on the back of your buggy is broken and it could be dangerous.”
“I thank thee,” replied the Amish lady. “I shall have my husband repair it as soon as I return home.”
“Also,” said the officer, “I noticed one of your reins to your horse is wrapped around his testicles. Some people might consider this cruelty to animals so you should have your husband do something about that, too.”
“Again I thank thee. I shall have my husband check this when I get home.”
True to her word, when the Amish lady got home, she told her husband about the incident, and the broken reflector.
Guntar tells her he will replace it, and put a new one on immediately.
“Wait. There’s more.” she says. “The policeman also thinks there is something wrong with the emergency brake.”

Eddie

17 comments:

Tom said...

...a classic!

Lee said...

There's his weekend gone!!! :)

Evi Erlinda said...

Hahaha I "larf" out of loud :)

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Loved it!

CJ Kennedy said...

😺

Chris Lally said...

Hahaha!!!

happyone said...

That was a good one.

Christine said...

eeps

William Kendall said...

Ouch!

Kezzie said...

Haha!!! That sounds painful!

NCmountainwoman said...

I guess you do what you have to do!

Rose said...

LOL....

dellgirl said...

Aaawww YESSS, Harr-dee-hahaha! This is just too too funny, hilllarrrious as a matter of fact. Somebody will surely come in my room soon to see what I'm LAUGHING OUT LOUD about. Thanks for the laughter, just what I needed!

Wishing you a great Sunday!

Linda said...

Oh no!

baili said...

poor husband

Nadezda said...

Ha ha, Jan.
happy Sunday!

Carol Blackburn said...

Oh yeh, I can see how that would work as one. Ha, ha.