October 26, 2006 8:59pm CST
Subject: 123 Harry is unable to perform sexually. He goes to his doctor who tries a few things. Nothing works, so the doctor refers him to an American Indian medicine man. The medicine man says "I can cure this." He throws a white powder in a flame. There is a flash of billowing blue smoke. He says "This is powerful medicine. You can only use it once a year. You say '123' and it will rise for as long as you wish" The guy 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, ready to surprise Joyce, he showers, shaves, and puts on an exotic shaving lotion. He gets into bed, and lying next to her, says "123." He suddenly becomes more aroused than anytime in his life, just as the medicine man had promised. Joyce, who had been facing away, turns over and asks "What did you say 123 for?" And that is why you should not end a sentence with a preposition.