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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Greetings Laff Lovers,

I met Clean Laffs Joe out in the hall on his way into the office, and being the gentleman I am I held the door open for him.

"Thanks," he said.

"Anything I can do to help," I answered offhand.

"Oh yeah? Anything?" he came back.

"Well, anything but a cash loan or a handjob," I qualified. Then thinking about it for a second I added, "Or pretty much anything sexually related. And I probably wouldn't let you borrow my car. I don't want you anywhere near my house or my family.

"I don't want to hear your problems, and don't ask me for advice.

"I won't cover for you when you're gone.

"I won't lie to your wife when you're out blowin' some random guy.

"And I won't let you win at darts just to make you feel like a man."

"So not exactly 'anything'," Joe said.

"Anything door related," I concluded.



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