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Apr 30, 2007

Have You Ever Seen a Grown Man...

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...cry?  While doing all sorts of sex acts with his wife, son, daughter and pet Yorkshire terrior that can juggle and sing?

Above, a case of Aristocrat vodka has just fallen off the back of the Jeep which was delivering its liquor load to one of the Brightleaf block pubs. 

I was going to do try an original telling of The Aristocrats, but it seems I've gotten all proper in my old age.  For a bajillion variations, check out this repository of variations on The Aristocrats Joke.

12:04 PM in Misc.Blog 2007 | Permalink

Comments

Phil,

Somehow, I just can't see you being perverted and vile enough to actually do a variation on The Aristocrats, even in your younger days. Your mother should be proud. :-)

Don

Posted by: Don | Apr 30, 2007 2:12:42 PM

At least it was Aristocrat vodka and not, say, some single-malt scotch or Bombay Sapphire gin or the like. Losing a case of Aristocrat is like losing a case of cleaning fluid, except Aristocrat costs more. :)

Posted by: Joe | Apr 30, 2007 2:19:51 PM

Don -- I think you've joined my mother in her blissful unawareness :-)

My end-of-8th-grade newspaper had predictions of what different kids would do for a living when they grew up. Mine: "Phil Marsosudiro will tell dirty jokes at conventions."

Joe -- I was originally going to write "have you ever seen a grown man NOT cry?" (as a reference to the cheapness of Aristocrat liquors), but I thought that would make the post even more convoluted. So I saved the convolutions for the comments. Say, what are you doing online? Shouldn't you be driving somewhere?

Posted by: Phil | Apr 30, 2007 4:30:09 PM

Yup. Mom and I are hanging out here, fully convinced that you are a "Good Boy". We like it that way, so please don't disillusion us.

Posted by: Don | May 1, 2007 2:32:32 PM

Phil -- Ok, I went somewhere. Now I'm back. OK? ;)

There's an Aristocrats Joke Database? God, I love the Internet.

Posted by: Joseph H. Vilas | May 5, 2007 11:57:55 AM