He Later Got Divorced

While shopping in a local toy store, I came across a long line of people waiting for a promised shipment of the famous dolls from Mattel. As I scanned the line, I noticed a friend waiting with all the others. I knew my friend had no daughters or young relatives, so, I figured he must like the dolls himself.

“Ken,” I said going up to him, “I didn’t know you were a collector!”

“I’m not,” he replied.

“Oh,” I said, “You’re buying a gift, then.”

“No, not at all,” my friend responded.

“I’m puzzled, Ken,” I said, “Why are you standing in this line?”

“It’s just that,” my friend stated, “I’ve never been able to resist a Barbie queue!”

6 responses to “He Later Got Divorced

  1. I can understand that … having been married to a punster for too many years … makes a lot of sense to divorce him.


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