joke and poem for you start your day  

rm_longliner002 50M
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12/15/2005 10:02 am

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joke and poem for you start your day

Mr. Smith wanted to become a teacher in the worst way, but the only job he could find was as an instructor at an all female college teaching sex education. His wife was a very jealous woman so Mr. Smith decided he would tell his wife that he would be teaching sailing at this college so that she would not get angry. He was very happy and for months all was well. As fate would have it, one day in the grocery store check out lane, Mrs. Smith overheard a group of girls standing in line behind her talking about college and their instructor Mr. Smith. The girls went on and on about how great this Mr. Smith was at teaching their class. The cashier handed Mrs. Smith her change and said, "Have a great day Mrs. Smith, and thank you, again." One of the girls in line heard the cashier, and asked Mrs. Smith if she was related to the Mr. Smith that was teaching at the college. Mrs. Smith replied, "Yes, he is my husband." Well that set off a torrent of accolades about how knowledgeable Mr. Smith was about the subject matter he was teaching, about how he got the whole class to discuss their fears about learning the subject. Well Mrs. Smith was taken back by what she heard from these girls and replied, "I don't know how you find him to be so gifted at teaching you this course. You know he only tried it twice in his life. The first time he tried it, he got sick, and the second time, his hat blew off and he just quit."

A pompous self made grocer named Bates gets his son into an expensive private school. On day One the whole family is there to see the little blighter begin his first day at school. The grocer, his family in tow, saunters into the principal's office and introduces himself thus: "I am Sir Shortweight Bates. This is my wife, Lady Bates, my daughter Miss Bates and my son Master Bates." "Oh does he?" asks the bemused principal, "we will soon get him out of that terrible habit."

A taxi passenger tapped the driver on the shoulder to ask him a question. The driver screamed, lost control of the car, nearly hit a bus, went up on the footpath, and stopped centimetres from a shop window.
For a second everything went quiet in the cab, then the driver said, "Look mate, don't ever do that again. You scared the daylights out of me!" The passenger apologized and said, "I didn't realize that a little tap would scare you so much. "The driver replied, "Sorry, it's not really your fault. Today is my first day as a cab driver. I've been driving a funeral van for the last 25 years."
poem for today
Harvest Moonyou glow like the light of the harvest moon
soft golden rays to fill my starry heart
your sweet breath teases my naked skin
so warm and moist like a southern breeze
your scent the perfume of night blooming flowers
your taste salty and tangy like the warm sea air
your body trembles at my slightest touch
a willow tree, shook by the lusty wind
your mossy rise is so dewy and inviting,
softly, and seductively, it calls out me...
to kneel and taste your secret delights
lost in a vortex of your endless desire
as the harvest moon looms overhead
and bathes our flesh in it's soothing light
W. I. Boucher September 8, 1997

AnEnigma517 59M

12/15/2005 11:59 am

You've got some great stuff here!

sexymermaid6956 63F
26393 posts
12/16/2005 3:14 pm

love the pic...Your word as wonderful have great talent..thanks for the read ...keeping you on my list....


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