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Friday, January 22, 2010

Three-fer {Friday Foibles, Boo & Thib, Politically Incorrect Joke}





It's a rare day when I come across a joke that can be transformed into something that fits our Cajun bad boys Boudreaux & Thibodaux, shows the foibles humans are capable of performing, AND may be offensive to several different groups of folks at once. *grin* (Apologies in advance. It's just a joke...go ahead and laugh!)

Well, today's your lucky day if you like a bargain. Here's a three-fer to get your weekend started...

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Back when Boudreaux was a young stud, he decides to hop a plane to visit some transplanted Cajun friends in California. The plane passes through a severe storm. The turbulence jostles Boo's carry-on full of hot sauce, coffee, pralines and other homegrown goodies he is toting to his pals. Things go from bad to worse when one wing is struck by a fierce bolt of lightning.

A woman passenger seated near Boudreaux loses it completely, stands and screams, "I'm too young to die!" Then she yells, "If I'm going to die, I want my last minutes on earth to be memorable! Is there anyone on this plane who can make me feel like a woman?"



There is momentary silence while everyone stares at the crazed and desperate woman. Then Boudreaux stands up. He is tall, handsome and built like a rock. His dark brown hair grazes his strong shoulders and his hazel eyes twinkle. Boo takes off his seatbelt and walks up the aisle toward the woman passenger, easily balancing as the plane sways and bucks. He slowly unbuttons his shirt and locks eyes with the now-silent woman. The other passengers are mesmerized and stare on, suddenly forgetting the dangerous conditions of their flight.

When Boo gets to the last shirt button, he yanks off his shirt and his muscles ripple. The woman (and several others nearby) gasp. In a lovely Cajun accent, he slowly speaks.............................



......"Mais sha, iron dis (this)....den (then) get me a beer!" 
 
 
 
 

 
 

arrow photo by the other Martin Taylor  
plane photo by rick


21 comments:

Vodka Mom said...

now that made me LAUGH.


and gave me a strange tingle, as well.

:-)

A Mom on Spin said...

Good one!

Tabitha Bird said...

LOL! Yep, I felt like a woman :) All I needed was for him to pass me some kids to look after while the plane went down and I would have been right there :)

Suldog said...

Tres magnifique!

Carol@ Writers Porch/ Book House said...

Good One Cuz! I'm checking up on you, I've missed a lot it seems!xoxo

Carrie said...

Hahahah! Hope you're doing well!

Anita said...

Very funny! Hope you have a good weekend!

Angie Ledbetter said...

VM - You crazy nut! :D

Thanks AMOS. How ya doing?

Tabitha - Hearrrrr yaaaaaa. LOL

Suldawg - LOL. Thanky!

Hey Carol! Thanks for checking in. Glad ya got a giggle. :)

Carrie - Doing okay here, thanks. How 'bout you?

Very same to you Anita. Hope it stretches out long and relaxing.

Debbie said...

Loving it! If I understood the iron reference, that is:)

ChristaCarol said...

Haha, making my day better, thanks ;-)

L.T. Elliot said...

HA HA HA HA!!! Perfect!

destrella said...

For a peep show like that I'd suffer.... :O) Hope you have a great weekend!

Karen said...

Ah, you had me going!!

Marguerite said...

Best Boo-Thib joke, EVER, sha! (giggle) Happy Weekend!

Angie Ledbetter said...

Happy Saturday y'all! Thanks for all the great comments. (I sent emails to all of you with addresses attached to your ID's.) :)

Comin' 'round to visit today! Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

Deb Shucka said...

I should be prepared by now, but these jokes catch me off guard every time. And make me laugh out loud.

giddymomof6 said...

That rocked! I LOVED IT!

Jenni

Moon Willow said...

Are you sure that was Boudreaux ?-sounded like something my hubby would say,LOL! Loved it-hope every thing is great in BIG Baton Rouge. Had the pleasure of your twin's company a few weeks back-she is a hoot! Hope you have a great week:D
PEACE.

Deb@RGRamblings said...

I love that one!! Hahaha!

Karen said...

My husband always says in a joking manner, "Woman, make me some pie!" If ever I thought he was serious, he'd be picking himself up off the floor.

Patricia Stoltey said...

Oh, now, that was a laugh out loud moment! Thanks!

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