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today's chuckle

Posted by bengardening (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 9, 13 at 22:17

While Noah waited for the flood to start, Noah had to house the various animals. He built a special eight-foot high fenced in enclosure for the two kangaroos, during the first night in the fence they escaped. Noah found them hopping around the next morning, so he increased the fence to fifteen feet, but the kangaroos escaped again. Disgusted, he added another fifteen feet to the enclosure, and the kangaroos escaped again. After Noah put the kangaroos back inside the fence again, they were approached by one of the giraffes, "How high do you think Noah will build the fence this time?" the giraffe asked. "I don't know". answered the female kangaroo, "But he might eventualy get it to 1000 feet if he keeps leaving the gate unlocked."


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Tee hee..even made the 16 yr old smile..


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Not to do a lot of kicking, but ...

... did old-time kangaroos know how to open latched gates?

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