Re: [MOL] A Viagra Joke [05760] Medicine On Line

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Re: [MOL] A Viagra Joke

That's a pretty good joke.  When I was younger, I defied my Mom (my late,
early adult rebellion) by subscribing for awhile to Playgirl magazine. 
(My mom would murmer to me, "That thing in the brown wrapper is here for
you again.")  One joke I recall from it was actually pretty funny and, I
think, isn't too raw for this forum (I think I've seen "worse," but
correct me if I'm wrong).  Seems there was a guy at the office whose fly
was open, but a co-worker was embarrassed to say anything to him about it
- and she didn't.  The next day, though, he approached her and asked,
"Er, when my garage door was open yesterday did you see a long, red
corvette inside?"  "No," she replied sweetly, "but I saw a little pink
volkswagon!"  I hope this wasn't too torrid.  Ordinarily I don't go in
for these type of jokes, but it stayed with me all of these years because
I found this particular one to be pretty funny.  And your Viagra Joke
brought it to mind again.  In fact, I have to tell you that a student at
the college where I used to work arrived at my desk one day and I noticed
that he had his fly open.  I figured he'd want to know so he could close
it up.  But I guess I made the wrong decision - the minute I told him,
his face reddened and he shot out of my office like the devil was on his
tail!  It was sort-of funny, but I did feel a little sorry for him, too.

Well, it's late & I have to get to bed.  If my joke was too raw, please
forgive me & chalk it up to the late hour.


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