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Old 03-23-16, 08:38 PM   #1
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This is both classic and vintage, AND for males only. (ladies, no peaking!)

A man walks to the corner of Oxford Street and Regent Street in London during a downpour and somehow manages to get a taxi straight away. He gets into the taxi, and the cabbie says: "Perfect timing. You're just like Stevie"

"Who?" says the man.

"Stevie Jones. He was a guy who did everything right. Like my taxi being vacant during a rainstorm. It would have happened for Stevie."

"Well no one is perfect. There are always a few clouds over everybody," the man replies.

"Not Stevie," says cabbie. "He was a terrific athlete. He could have turned professional at golf or tennis and he danced like a West End star. He was handsome and sophisticated, more than George Clooney. He had a better body than Arnold Schwarzenegger in his prime. He was something!"

"Somehow Stevie just new exactly how to make women happy," the cabbie continues.

"He had a memory like a computer. Could remember everybody's birthday. He could fix anything. Not like me. I change a fuse and the whole street blacks out."

"No wonder you remember him!" says the man.

"I never actually met Stevie," admits cabbie.

"Then how do you know so much about him?" asks the man.

"After he died I married his wife."
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Old 03-23-16, 09:36 PM   #2
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the passenger said, "i don't get it."
the cabbie said, "you don't get what?"
"the story. i don't get it. is it a joke?"
"no, it's not a joke. i was telling you about my wife's former husband."
the passenger asked, "was she, um, lying to you?"
"get out."
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"ladies, no peaking" (sic)

She was peaking with Stevie
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Old 03-24-16, 04:37 AM   #4
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Stevie Jones died? I hadn't heard. Great guitarist.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_b_PQvM1L4
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I bet Stevie didn't die from natural causes.
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You're right, actually. He's still living happily ever after in LA.
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no peaking" (sic)
classic.

or is that vintage?

i always forget which one grammatical innuendo is.
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Why do husbands usually die first? They want to!
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I hate it when I do that ('peaking'), but one has to admit one can see further from the top of a peak, possibly even into forbidden places!
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I hate it when I do that ('peaking'), but one has to admit one can see further from the top of a peak, possibly even into forbidden places!
Peak Bagging is a phenomenon.

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I sort of got it. I think Stevie has cousins in NC, and they're all on Facebook.
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You're right, actually. He's still living happily ever after in LA.
Nobody live happily in Louisiana, ever after or otherwise...
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