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"There was a bit of confusion at the store this morning.
When I was ready to pay for my groceries, the cashier said, "Strip down facing me."

Making a mental note to complain to my congressman about Homeland Security running amok,
I did just as she had instructed.

When the hysterical shrieking and alarms finally subsided,
I found out that she was referring to my credit card.

I have been asked to shop elsewhere in the future.
They need to make their instructions to us seniors a little clearer!"


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I was going to the store and my wife said "Get me a gallon of milk. If they have eggs get me six."

When she asked why I had six gallons of milk I said "They had eggs."


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THANKS!!!

A good chuckle everyday sure is helpful.........


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Sounds perfectly normal to me.


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03Ultra wrote:

I was going to the store and my wife said "Get me a gallon of milk. If they have eggs get me six."

When she asked why I had six gallons of milk I said "They had eggs."

Reminds me of this story.


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In other words;
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True story - we were on our way to Alaska; and had camped somewhere in the southern part of Manitoba our first night in Canada. It had been a long time since we had visited our northern neighbor; so I was really stunned when I walked into the shower room and was greeted by a sign that said "Shower only accepts Loonies"

I was a little huffy about what my mental stability had to do with hygiene......

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Funny that your both from MA. Maybe I better not go that far north. Is it the water or the great seafood.


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Funny that your both from MA. Maybe I better not go that far north. Is it the water or the great seafood.

Hmmm. Probably the water. I'm not much of a seafood eater!

True story - we were on our way to Alaska; and had camped somewhere in the southern part of Manitoba our first night in Canada. It had been a long time since we had visited our northern neighbor; so I was really stunned when I walked into the shower room and was greeted by a sign that said "Shower only accepts Loonies"

I was a little huffy about what my mental stability had to do with hygiene......


LOL! My late mother battled cancer for years. At one point hubby and I were in Canada and she was really having some difficulty dealing. Called her, no answer. Called my MIL who told us that my mom had checked herself in to the psych ward for a little help. Knowing she had a great sense of humor, I brought her home a "loonie". Brought a big smile to her face, something I hadn't seen in a while. Right before she passed away she made sure I had it in my possession because as she put it I was just like her!

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Years ago while in the USAF it fell to me to help induct a troop into correctional custody. The sergeant that ran the place was a very gruff guy, feared by all new inductees. Part of the process was a total strip and body cavity search. I watched as the sergeant did his job, including a thorough search of the inductees wallet, scattering the contents on the bed. When all was done, the sergeant gruffly instructed the inductee to "get dressed, put your wallet back together and report to my office NOW!". The inductee got two of the three right as he soon reported to the office with his wallet in his hand.......


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