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    These were sent to me recently in emails.
    I have heard at least one of them before, and have the idea I might have read it in greypath.
    If so, I am sorry for the duplication(s)?
    Probably worth retelling though?

    A little boy was waiting for his mother to come out of the grocery store.
    As he waited, he was approached by a man who asked,
    ‘Son, can You tell me where the Post Office is?’
    The little boy replied, ‘Sure! Just go down this street a coupla blocks, then turn to your right and you’ll see it.’
    The man thanked the boy and then said;
    ‘I’m the new pastor in town.
    I’d like you to come to church on Sunday.
    I’ll show you how to get to Heaven.’
    The little boy replied with a chuckle. ‘Awww, come on…
    You don’t even know your way to the Post Office.’

    QUICK THINKING, and a moral…
    An elderly man in Queensland had owned a large property for many years.
    He had put a dam in one of the lower paddocks and planted fruit trees nearby.
    When it was built, the dam had been set up so it could be used for swimming.
    One evening he decided to go down to the dam to look it over, as he hadn’t been there in a while.
    He took a large bucket with him, thinking he might bring back some fruit from the trees.
    As he neared the dam he heard shouting, and lots of happy laughter.
    As he came closer he saw it was a bunch of young women skinny-dipping in his dam.
    He of course made the women aware of his presence and they all fled to the deep end.
    One of the women shouted to him, ‘We can’t come out ’til you leave!’
    The old man thought for a moment, then he held up the bucket and said;
    ‘I didn’t come down here to watch you ladies swimming naked in my dam.
    I’m just here to feed the crocodile.’
    Moral: Old men may WALK slowly, but they can still THINK fast.




    Thank you Salina.
    A picture, even a  moving one, still says a thousand words. *_*



    Love the story. Brings a smile with the punchline. Ha!Ha!

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