May 16 Humor

@ The starlet said, “I told the magazines all I wanted was a little country cottage a husband and six children.”  Her friend commented, “What makes you say such silly things?” The starlet admitted, “The publicity department.”

# When I was a college junior, my roommate and I climbed Mount Whitney. It took three days to get to the top and back, and we returned home completely exhausted. Visiting my parents soon after the grueling hike, I walked into our living room, where they were conversing with the neighbor. I told them every detail of my treck: how high the mountain was, how steep the trail and how we fought fatigue and altitude sickness all the way. “I know how difficult it is,” our neighbors said, “I took my Brownie troop there last year.”

 * One of my most challenging courses at the University of Denver was a business law class in which the  professor gave difficult true – false tests. During one of the more exasperating exams, I noticed another student flipping a coin. The professor approached him. “Son are you guessing on this test”?  “No sir,” said  the student, “I was just checking my answers.”