Fwd: A joke for my elderely friends

Ira Frdmn (IraFrdmn@aol.com)
Thu, 6 Nov 1997 19:54:06 EST

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Thought that you would like this.

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From: RForman639 <RForman639@aol.com>
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Subject: A joke for my elderely friends
Date: Thu, 6 Nov 1997 07:20:29 EST
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An elderly lady goes to the doctor to ask what to do about her husbands
hearing problem.The doctor tells her that in order to gauge the difficulty of
his problem,that she call out to him from different distances to see when he
can hear.
That Night he is sitting in the living room, she is in kitchen, she calls
out"Harry what time is it?" No response.
She moves closer and calls out "Harry What time is it" No response.
She finally moves next to him and cries out"Harry what time is it?
He screams back "For the THIRD TIME it's 9 o'clock.
If you like this one, ask me about the memory joke. This is what you get by
spending a weekend in the Catskills. Jokes for and about the elderly.