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« on: October 01, 2013, 04:12:51 »

I heard a joke the other day that was nice and clean. I guess that's part of the reason why I found it so funny. Everything is so raunchy today.

A traveling salesman is taking a shortcut down a country road and he comes across a gravel road that leads to a farm house. He figures, "What the heck, might as well stop and try to a make a pitch."

He pulls up to the house and is about to get out of his car when he notices a huge three-legged pig running up to him.

An old farmer comes out of the house and is obviously laughing at the fright of the salesman.

The farmer hollers to the man, " Come on out Mr. Betsy don't me you no harm, she just wants to greet you is all."

Reluctant to leave the safety of his car is no match against the prospect of a sale so he exits his car slowly. Betsy immediately sniffs and circles the man like any old hound dog would, wagging her little tail.

The farmer gives the stranger a good look over and dashes the man's hopes right off. "Look here sir, I don't buy nothing that I ain't already had plans to buy so I'm afraid you wasted your time coming here but you're already here in any case, so you might as well stay for a glass of some cold ice tea."

Not one to be deterred, the salesman agrees knowing that he will find an opening at some point.

"Take a seat here", the farmer say pointing to a couple of chairs on the front porch, "I'll be right back."

He takes a seat and Betsy sits down near him. He had never seen a pig act so friendly just like a dog and he was quite interested in her, especially about her three legs.

The farmer returns with their tea and the salesman can't resist asking. "That's a might fine pig there. I ain't never seen one so friendly. If you don't mind though, I'd like to hear about how she came about losing her leg."

"Well, Betsy has been in the family for a long time she like a part of the family now." The farmer goes on to explain how one of his sons was fishing in the pond in the back acre of the land. His son fell in the water and he wasn't a good swimmer so the pig came running to the house squealing and yelping until someone finally figured out that she was trying to get their attention. So they quickly followed her to the pond where they were able to save the boy just in time.

The salesman was amazed by the story but was perplexed how this led to the pig losing its leg.

The farmer explained that he was getting to that. He went on to tell he man how a year or so later, everyone was asleep in the house since it was early in the morning. The pig again starts it's squealing and hollering but nobody wakes up. So old Betsy charges the door until she finally knocks it down and she goes room to room waking everyone up. As it turns out, the house was on firs and Betsy saved all their lives.

"Oh, I see", says the salesman. "She lost her leg in the fire."

"No," the farmer explains. "We all all got out without so much as a hair on any of our chins burnt off, including Betsy, but a when you got pig that darn smart and useful, it's a shame to eat her all at once."

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« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2013, 13:48:14 »

i confess i never expected ending like that "MINDFREAK" grin grin

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