Samuel’s Footy Tips Section 84

Push!

August 11th, 2006 at 09:52am

This week’s Friday Funny comes to us from Charity in Sydney

At 3 A.M. A couple awakens to a knock on the door.
The man gets up and sees a stranger asking for a push.
” Not a chance,” yells the husband, “It’s 3:00 in the morning!”
With that , he returns to bed.
“Who was it?” asks his wife.
“Some guy asking for a push. I told him to get lost.”
“What?” she ask, “Don’t you remember that time when we broke down and that guy helped us? You should help him.”
The man guiltily returns to the door calling out, “Hello, do you still need a push?”
“Yes, please,” comes the answer.
“where are you?”
“over here on the swing”

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  • 1. Chuck A. Spear  |  August 12th, 2006 at 6:38 am

    This is the funniest Friday Funny yet. All class. Thanks Charity from Sydney.

    I was guessing it was something other than a car he wanted a push for. My first guess was a pendulum, only because it can be used in conjunction with a ouija board and or dowsing rods. But that’s not for here for obvious reasons…

  • 2. mark  |  August 12th, 2006 at 7:05 am

    Possibly because I’m a non-driver, and also haven’t slept all night, it did not occur to me until the end that the man was requesting anything other than a push on a swing. Do Australians really say ‘could you give me a push?’ to indicate they need a push-start? If you come round my door with that, you’d evidently get a “WTF are you prattling about?”


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