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Old 05-02-2013, 08:08 PM   #31
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Old 05-03-2013, 04:22 AM   #32
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It was three in the morning. I was overseas in the military. There were four chow halls on the base. Only one was open at this time.

I had just come off a two day card playing gambling spree. I got myself something to eat. I like mayonnaise, so I had a few packets to put on my eggs. I was sitting alone about twenty feet away from some "mega-striped" sergeants who were wearing their dress blues.

I was fairly delirious from coming off my gambling spree. About half way through my breakfast, I began fondling one of these packets of mayonnaise. I thought to myself, I wonder how far this mayonnaise would travel if I squeezed the packet real hard.

So, I took aim and squeezed it quickly. I had time to see the blob fly through the air and land right on one of the sergeant's lapels of his nice dress blues.

What a look of surprise he had. Too bad that I did not get to see the reactions of his table mates. I instantaneously ducked under the table I was sitting at, and for sure thought that I would be caught because of my uncontrollable laughter.

I actually crawled out of the chow hall on my hands and knees being careful to not be spotted by those "higher-ups". I escaped successfully. The bummer thing, though, was that I did not get to finish my breakfast.
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That's the second time tonight you've cracked me up, Rudy!
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That's the second time tonight you've cracked me up, Rudy!
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Sad to say but I just read this in a post on an RV forum....

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A lot of NM is high desert country with sea level around the 5000 foot mark. then the mountains go up from that..

I guess he's under water.
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Sad to say but I just read this in a post on an RV forum....

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I was always told that sea level is 0 ft.
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Sad to say but I just read this in a post on an RV forum....

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A lot of NM is high desert country with sea level around the 5000 foot mark. then the mountains go up from that..

I was always told that sea level is 0 ft.
Not in NM

if it's on the internet it's true, remember?
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I've never been much of a prankster, and I don't have a very good memory, so I'll give it my best shot...

Many years ago I worked at a halfway house for psychiatric patients. One afternoon I was in a meeting with the rest of the staff in the living room of the house and I was sitting on a couch next to one of my co-workers, with whom I was also friends outside of work. I had recently graduated from college with a degree in psychology, and he was about to get his masters degree in a counseling. Anyway, we always had lively conversations about the topic of psychology. So I needed to take a note about something that was said at the meeting and was going to borrow his pencil. As I was reaching for it, and saying: "hey, I need to borrow that pencil", my hand stopped in mid-air. He was holding several things in his hands and was holding the pencil between his legs, fairly close to his crotch. Let's just say it looked REALLY phallic. "Um..." I said, withdrawing my hand, "can you pass me that pencil?" And he looked down and realized my dilemma and said something to the effect of "sometimes a pencil is just a pencil, but... well... I guess you wouldn't want to grab that, now would you?!" We started cracking up so hard, the meeting had to stop until we could regain our composure. I was red-faced and was wiping tears from my eyes by the time I could get a grip on myself (even if not the pencil). I was too embarrassed to explain to everyone why we were laughing so hard. A bit awkward indeed! I suppose, as Sigmund Freud said, "sometimes a cigar is just a cigar". But to my thinking in that situation, a pencil is a straight, hard, piece of wood, and I'm not touching another dude's pencil if I can help it!

What, too cerebral?
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Funny story.

What I do when I remember a funny story is write down a few key words or a sentence that triggers my memory so that I can relate the story in the future. Otherwise, I would likely forget the story.
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