Monday, May 10, 2010

Redneck Monday - The Hooker


A redneck was walking home late at night in rural Virginia and saw a woman lurking in theshadows.

'Twenty dollars' she whispers.

Bubba had never been with a hooker before, but decides what the hell, it's only twenty bucks. So they hide in the bushes.

They're 'engaged' for a minute when all of a sudden a light flashes on them.

It's a police officer. 'What's going on here, people?' asks the officer.

'I'm making love to my wife!,' Bubba answers sounding annoyed.

'Oh, I'm sorry,' says the cop, 'I didn't know.'

'Well, neither did I, 'til ya shined that light in her face.'

12 comments:

Momma Fargo said...

Oh my!

Paxford said...

Whoops...!

Pax

AirmanMom said...

and a Happy Mnday to you!
~AM

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Funny.

Miss Em said...

That's a "Red-Neck" for ya.

Miss Em

CI-Roller Dude said...

OK, now I've had my laugh, I can get to work...

blueviolet said...

Oops!

Mr Monkey said...

very funny

Mr Monkey

Ace said...

I bet she thought he was more exciting in the dark, too!

LiLu said...

HA!

Well played, sir. Well played.

Kelly L said...

Oh my - very funny.... I'll use it..lol

Kelly
I've Become My Mother

Troubled Mind said...

That Is funny, however, the redneck part is a little offensive, southern people are just as smart as city people (if not more in some ways) for example, if someone in the city suddenly found that the grocery stores were all gone, they would starve, not knowing how to grow their own food, but southerns would grow a garden, if a city person's car broke down, more than likely, they would have to pay big bucks to get it repaired, however, a southerner more than likely has a brother or uncle or cousin who is an expert when it comes to auto repair! Just because what you "see" on tv portrays southerners as dumb rednecks, that is NOT true to everyone, yes, there are a few that seem somewhat clueless, but that is everywhere, and you wont see any homeless people on streets in the south, they are smart enough to keep a home or to go to family for a place to stay.