The Horse Shoe

A friend of mine went to visit his college-aged grandson at the boy’s college dorm.

He was astonished to find that his grandson was living a life of sin and corruption, as was easily seen by the very high-heeled shoe nailed over the doorway to his room.

“In my day,” grumbled my friend, “we would hang a horse shoe over the door for luck and then study late into the night hoping to pass our classes.”

“But Grandpa,” replied his grandson, “that IS a whore’s shoe.”

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5 responses to “The Horse Shoe

  1. I’m stealing this one Archie. My friends won’t know what hit them.

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  2. Ian. DON’T DO IT! Once you start on the slippery slopes of Pundom you are lost forever!

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  3. Especially avoit the puns in limericks. You can still have your
    prose to toot your punishment with.

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  4. avoid, not avoit.
    Stupid spiel choker

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  5. Cybe, Definitely avoit(d) puns in limericks- or you may find an ass which is not soft and pink, but is gray, has ears and eats grass!

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