Funny Stories

Posted on 15 July 2018


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It was our new receptionist's very first job, and it showed in the way she dressed, her revealing clothes screamed "college" more than "office." As diplomatically as he could, our boss sat her down and told her that she would have to dress more appropriately.

"Why?" she asked. "Are we going out to lunch?"

-- Story submitted by Nancy   [Funny Stories]



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When I realized that my luggage didn't make it on the flight home with me, I stormed right over to the airport's customer-service counter. "Can you describe your suitcase?" the clerk asked.

"It's a navy-blue duffel bag, 24 inches long, 18 inches wide, and 20 inches high," I said. "I has red piping around the edges, three big stars on one side, and the words Atlanta Olympics in big letters on the other side."

"Okay," she said. "And is there anything distinctive about your bag?"

-- Story submitted by Marty   [Funny Stories]



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While visiting Manhattan one evening, British essayist/poet G. K. Chesterton (1874-1936) was taken to view the brilliant lights of Broadway.

After staring at the sea of scintillating product names and marquee advertisements for several minutes, Chesterton issued his verdict: "How beautiful it would be," he said, "for someone who could not read."

-- Story submitted by Lorraine   [Funny Stories]



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The military may have invented the Internet, but not all government schemes have worked as well. In the 60s, the CIA hatched a plan to implant a battery and a microphone in a cat so the furry feline could spy on unsuspecting targets.

The program was halted when, after years of research and millions of dollars spent, the spy cat was run over by a cab.

-- Story submitted by castor   [Funny Stories]



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