Friday, July 13, 2007

absentia

Terribly sorry, y'all, but just havent had time to blog lately. School's out, wife's home, and time's not my own; you know the drill.

Just to let you know that I'm still kicking though, here's a joke:

How many Polish Persons* does it take to screw in a light bulb?

Two. One to stand on a ladder and changethe bulb, and a second to watch
and deny
that it is giving him an erection.
Oh, and as for David Vitter, I kind of thought that corruption, booze and hookers were Lousiana Family Values.


*Remember when you could say "polocks", and even Poles would enjoy the joke? Kind of like Aggies.

6 comments:

Chance said...

Oh, my. That's a good one.

Dusty said...

Fuck, you can't say Aggies anymore either?

United We Lay said...

Glad to hear that you're still alive and well.

S. Holster said...

Louisiana Family Values...thanks for saying that, man have I been getting the stink-eye when I say that in public. As an ex-long time resident of the Big Sleazy, it astounds me that more don't realize that it's just the way it's done 'round those parts....

daveawayfromhome said...

The little woman read this, and was "offended" that I would tell a "Polish" joke. Needless to say, she did not read the links, one of which demonstrates that the Polish are making jokes of themselves.

Dusty, you can always say "Aggie", because, let's face it, they made a choice to be Aggies.

shawn, never having lived there, I can only say that I've heard that Louisiana is even more corrupt than Florida, which is saying something.

Dusty said...

You are right about those being Family Values in LA. Corruption is handed down from Parent to child too in many cases.