JOKE: THE PERFECT HUSBAND

27 Feb

JOKE:  THE PERFECT HUSBAND

NOTE:  The following joke was taken out of Dr. Laura Schlessinger’s book “The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands.”

A new Perfect Husband Shopping Center opened where a woman could go to choose from among many men to find the perfect husband.  It was laid out on five floors, with the men increasing in positive attributes as you ascended the floors.  The only rule was that once you open the door to any floor, you must choose a man from that floor, and if you go up a floor, you can’t go back down except to leave the store.  So, a couple of girl-friends go to the store to find a man to marry.

The first floor sign reads:  These men have high-paying jobs and love kids.  The women read the sign and say, “Well, that’s wonderful…but, ”  and wonder what is on the next floor.

The second floor sign reads:  These men have high-paying jobs, love kids, and are extremely good-looking.  “Hmmm,”  say the girls.  “Wonder what’s further up?”

The third floor sign reads:  These men have high-paying jobs, love kids, are extremely good-looking, and will help with the housework.  “Wow!”  say the women.  “Very tempting…but there’s more further up!”

The fourth floor sign reads:  These men have high-paying jobs, love kids, are extremely good-looking, will help with the housework, and are great in bed.  “Oh, mercy me.  But just think!  What must be awaiting us further up?!”  say the women.  So up to the fifth floor they go.

The fifth floor sign reads:  This floor is just to prove that women are impossible to please!

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