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A little humor

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Posted by Lew Van Vliet on May 03, 2001 at 20:19:34 from (

Dream and Hank along with their two teenage daughters were discussing the replacement of the recently departed family pet. Dream remarked that since Hank worked and was gone alot even some evenings and the girls were very active in school, that she would be the one to tend the pet so felt she should be allowed to select it. Hank and the girls agreed so off to the pet store Dream went. At the store she noticed a very pretty parrot for sale for $35.00. Asking the shop keeper why the parrot was so cheap, he told her it was a used parrot and he came by it for free from the sheriff when he closed down the brothel outside of town. However the parrot did have some questionable speech habits. Dream thought oh what the heck, she could retrain the parrot so bought it. Getting home she was placing the parrot and uncovering the cage when the parrot said "Oh boy, new house, new madam". Dream was a little shocked and wondering what to do when the girls came in. The parrot said "Oh boy, new house, new madam, new girls". Now Dream was miffed when in walked her husband and the parrot said "Hello Hank"

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