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Wes Pruden Makes a Funny
The Washington Times
| Wes Pruden
Posted on 04/25/2003 6:41:52 PM PDT by yooper
Five reliably Anglo-Saxon surgeons, for example, were discussing their bloody trade.
"I prefer to operate on accountants," said the first. "All the parts inside are neatly numbered."
"Not at all," said the second, "the best patients are the electricians. Their organs are color-coded."
The third surgeon set out his preference for librarians: "Everything inside, you see, is arranged alphabetically. There's no mistaking anything."
The fourth surgeon made his case for construction workers. "They're very understanding if you have a few parts left over after the surgery, and they understand if you don't finish when you promised."
The last surgeon, whose wisdom and experience were belied by a fine shock of white hair, shook his head. "No, no," he said. "The French are the easiest patients of all. Everything is very simple and there's never a mess to clean up. There's no guts, no heart, no testicles, and no spine. Not only that, the head and the butt are completely interchangeable."
TOPICS: Foreign Affairs
KEYWORDS: antifrenchhumor; wespruden
posted on 04/25/2003 6:41:52 PM PDT
Not to mention, he's quite accurate. ;-D
posted on 04/25/2003 6:49:40 PM PDT
(MOAB, the greatest advance in Foreign Relations since the cat-o'-nine-tails!)
yuck, yuck, yuck [good one]
"The French are the easiest patients of all. Everything is very simple and there's never a mess to clean up. There's no guts, no heart, no testicles, and no spine. Not only that, the head and the butt are completely interchangeable."
Sounds like Senate Repubicans as well.
posted on 04/25/2003 7:06:17 PM PDT
THAT is funny!
posted on 04/25/2003 7:31:26 PM PDT
("Just a Bronze-Age Gal, Trapped in a Techno World!")
Thank you for the laugh!!!
posted on 04/25/2003 10:27:30 PM PDT
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