Funny Short Seniors Joke - Number Two
Love conquers all
National Humor Month Funny Short Joke Number Two
Funny Joke Number Two
Millie, 90 years young but still attractive, had been a widow for some time. She met Billy, 92, a widower, at a social activity in the retirement village in which they both lived. Mutual friends introduced them and both soon discovered that they enjoyed being with each other.
After several weeks of meeting to play bridge, Billy finally asked Millie out for dinner and was delighted when she accepted. They dined at an expensive restaurant, and discovered they had much in common. Besides being excellent bridge players, they both had identical political and religious preferences. And despite his age, Billy was still a delightful, knowledgeable dinner companion.
Afterward, Billy asked Millie to join him at his place for an after-dinner drink. They listened to their favorite piece of romantic music, Debussy’s ‘Clair de Lune,’ while drinking a little brandy Billy had been saving for a special occasion. Age did not inhibit them and the special occasion soon took place. They enjoyed – this is a very old term – a ‘roll in the hay.’ As they were reminiscing about the pleasure they had just shared, each was lost in their own thoughts.
Billy was thinking, “Gee, if I had known she was 'so much in need,' I would have been much more gentle.”
Millie was thinking, "If I had known he could still 'do the deed,' I would have removed my pantyhose."
“I plan on living forever. So far, so good.” – drbj
Clair de Lune by Claude Debussy
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