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Getting on in years

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Harry is getting along in years and finds that he is becoming unable to perform

sexually. He finally goes to his doctor, who tries a few things, but nothing

seems to work. So the doctor refers him to an American Indian medicine man.

The medicine man says, "I can cure this." That said, he throws a white

powder in a flame, and there is a flash with billowing blue smoke. Then he

says, "This is powerful medicine. You can only use it once a year. All you

have to do is say '123' and your maleness shall rise for as long as you wish!"

Harry then asks, "What happens when it's over, and I don't want to continue?"

The medicine man replies, "All you or your partner has to say is 1234, and

it will go down. But be warned -- it will not work again for another year!"

Harry rushes home, eager to try out his new powers and prowess. That night

he is ready to surprise John. He showers, shaves, and puts on his most

exotic shaving lotion. He gets into bed, and lying next to his partner, he says, "123."

He suddenly becomes more aroused than anytime in his life ... just as the

medicine man had promised. John, who had been facing away, turns over and

asks, "What did you say 123 for?"

And that, my friends, is why you shouldn't end a sentence with a preposition.

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Now that is funny! Thanks Cole. You have reminded me of another old joke, not quite as clever:

An elderly man went to the doctor and asked, "Doctor I want my sex lowered."

The doctor looked at him quizzically and asked, "Just how old are you?"

"I'm 94," replied the man.

"Look at 94, sex is all in your mind."

"Yes, I know," he said to the doctor, "That's why I want it lowered."

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I know this one isn't about people getting on in years like you guys (NOI), but hey, I'm only 17 and I think it's funny!

There's a cartoon in the Dilbert book "Journey to Cubeville" that's totally :wav: funny:

Dilbert: "Every so often, I get this vibration feeling over on my hip."

Psychiatrist: "It's called phantom pager syndrome. There's no cure for it."

Dilbert: "I don't want to cure it. I want to relocate it."

I was in 7th or 8th grade when I saw that cartoon for the first time. I was rolling on the floor laughing so hard I couldn't catch my breath. My folks came into the family room to see what was so funny, and when I showed it to them they looked at me like I was crazy. I don't think they got it! :happy:

Colin :icon10:

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No offence taken Colin, I think it is funny too.

At our age even a cell phone looks good.

I have my cell phone set to vibrate. Ahhh! Nice!

:icon10:

At MY age a cell phone in my pocket set to vibrate is outstanding! :wav:

Colin :happy:

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Outstanding indeed. Makes you give everyone your cell number. And then they wonder why it takes so long to answer when they call. :icon_geek:

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Outstanding indeed. Makes you give everyone your cell number. And then they wonder why it takes so long to answer when they call. :icon_geek:

I don't answer. I changed my voicemail message to say: "Colin's on the phone, please call back in 30 seconds." :icon13:

Colin :icon12:

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I don't answer. I changed my voicemail message to say: "Colin's on the phone, please call back in 30 seconds." :icon13:

Colin :icon12:

30 seconds!

Yes! Well, I guess that proves Colin is 17.

And I suppose one could say the phrase "...on the phone..." fits in with the thread's title of "Getting on...", even if "...in years" isn't quite as long as any of us need...yet. :icon_geek:

:laugh:

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