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May 02, 2010

HAR

Best Excuse Ever

(Thanks to Al Coholic)

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It is a great story but, I wouldn't believe him.

But how did his shoes get under the bed?

It seems fair since that husband is obviously too stupid to breed anyway.

He never explained how he lost his pants. Must be in the sequel.

Reminds me of the old joke about the Swedish groom who stumbles into a room where the best man is [insert your preferred euphemism here]ing the new bride. "Ha", says the groom, "Sven is so drunk, he thinks he's me!"

... or how come nobody noticed him when they hung up the clothes. But never mind -- it's hilarious.

I don't care WHO y'all are ... that's FUNNY!!!

LOLLERED so much that MB(RH?) started wonderin' if she'd need to call 911 ... gaspin' for air, dizziness ... blackin' out ...

Sorry ... I don't usually get that emotional about YouTube ...

Whatever happened to the old standard?

"What are you doing in my bedroom closet?"
"Man, everybody's got to be SOMEwhere!"

Undercover agent. That's why they were shooting at him.

How about, "Fashion inspector sir, and your clothes are out of date".

The late Bob Hope apparently strayed on occasion. One time, supposedly, his wife caught him and he shouted "It wasn't me!"

An American, and Englishman and a Frenchman were discussing a good example of savoir-faire.
“Well,” said the American, “if you came home and found your wife in bed with another man and you didn’t kill the son-of-a-b*h, that, to me, is savoir-faire.”
“Not quite, chaps,” said the Englishman. “If you came home and found your wife in bed with another man and you said, ‘Please, sir, carry on,’ that’s savoir-faire.”
“Mais non,” said the Frenchman. “If you came home and found your wife in bed with another man and you said, ‘Please, sir, carry on’ and the man was able to continue, HE’S got savoir-faire!”

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