A caulculater joke!
March 31, 2007 9:56am CST
Okay here it goes! A girl was thirteen (put in 13 on the caulculater) she wanted to be eighty four (put in 84 on the caulculater) she went to the docter and he said oh! (put in o on the caulculater) Then said take two times four pills (put in 2*4 on the caulculater) and youl end up! (turn the caulculater upside down!) BOOBLESS! hahahahaha! 7738008!
31 Mar 07
Laughing Baby : A baby boy was just born. He had all his pieces and looked quite normal, except that he was laughing - I mean laughing real hard. All the doctors and nurses were examining the little guy in front of his worried parents. He just kept on laughing, his tiny fists all closed and tears rolling from his eyes. One at a time, a pediatrician unfolded his tiny fingers to check if his hand was all right, and guess what he found? A birth control pill.
31 Mar 07
The national poetry contest had come down to two, a Yale graduate and a redneck from Texas. They were given a word, then allowed two minutes to study the word and come up with a poem that contained the word. The word they were given was "Timbuku." First to recite his poem was the Yale graduate. He stepped to the microphone and said: Slowly across the dersert sand Trekked a lonely caravan; Men on camels, two by two Destination Timbuku The crowed went crazy! No way could the redneck top that, they thought. The redneck calmly made his way to the microphone and recited: Me and Tim a hunting went. Met three who*es in a pop up tent. They were three, and we were two. So I bucked one, and Timbuku.
31 Mar 07
hahahahaha nice one. He's also fascinated by how much all this money would be if put into dollar bills. Laid end to end, the Bills would stretch 3.8 million miles -- to the moon and back over 8 times. They could paper over all of Manhattan 7 times, or be stacked 2,690 miles high -- watch out for satellites. They would weigh 40,000 tons -- 100 times the weight of one of those 747s he bought above. But one thing Marcus says Bill can't do is even dent the national debt. Should he selflessly donate his stock to the U.S. treasury, he would reduce the $5.37 trillion national debt by well under 1%. It's nice to put things in perspective.