A joke from facebook
I went with a friend to visit a very rich family. The maid approaches me and...here comes trouble:
Maid: What would you like to take? Fruit juice,soda, tea, chocolate, cappuccino, frapuccino, or coffee?
Me: Tea, please.
Maid: Ceylon tea, Indian tea, herbal tea, bush tea, honey bush tea, iced tea, or green tea?
Me: Ceylon tea, please.
Maid: How would you like it? Black or white?
Maid: Milk or fresh cream?
Maid: Goat milk or cow milk?
Me: With cow milk, please.
Maid: Freeze land cow or Afrikaner cow?
Me: Umm...I think I'll take the freeze land cow.
Maid: Would you like it with sweetener, sugar, or honey?
Me: With sugar.
Maid: Bee sugar or cane sugar?
Me: Cane sugar.
Maid: White, brown or yellow?
Me: Please forget about the tea. Just give me a glass of water instead.
Maid: Mineral water, tap water or distilled water?
Me: Mineral water.
Maid: Flavoured or non-flavoured?
Me: Infact, get me an empty glass.
Maid: Tumbler, wine glass, goblet, champagne flute, or beer mug?
Me: Please I think I'll just swallow my saliva.
Source: A joke I found from facebook. Read and enjoy
The lady is right, Bro. Just quote the source. You're a nice man but just quote the Source. Say where you got it so it does not look like it's original when it ain't.
Still, it made me laugh and you are a good Soul, I feel this. Much love.
LOL! Great joke and I did get a good laugh from it. Yes, this made my night. I have endured such situations in my life where I was tempted to say . . ."Hey, just give me a cup of regular coffee made from beans grown by Juan Valdez and transported to the market in Columbia by his donkey, "Perez," who was at last count, facing retirement.
I remember when I first went to a coffee house, over 15 years ago. I couldn't decipher the menu so I told the guy, "Just give me a cup of coffee. A regular coffee, like the kind you would make at home." I think he felt sorry for me.
Lol Kenneth. You put an extra sauce on top of the joke. The maid must have had memory card installed in her brain
Is it forbidden here on Hubpages to share jokes you read elsewhere since it's not a Hub
Thanks Manatita for your kind words. You made it easy to understand now and I must say thanks to Lindasmith as well even though it seemed as if I was accused at first. I'm gonna learn all the do's and don't of Hubpages so I don't fall into similar troubles next time
I know you meant well and you are a good Soul. Nothing to do with HubPages, though. The rules of writing, Bro. You've mentioned Facebook. You can even add the person and if not say 'writer unknown'. Great joke though.
Try not to expect from others. We are all weak. Seek the Source. It's a long journey, so do what you can.
Happy that you're going to Uni, Bro. All the best.
Why did the chicken cross the road?
To get to the other side.
Source: first grade
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