Hey now fellow Ripley’s Believe It Or Not readers. Everyone’s well today I hope. So it seems someone doesn’t like the way I’m “my own MC”. Huh? He also mentioned my “pedantic” style. I’m pedantic? Pedantic how? Do I try to teach you anything? Do I think I’m an expert in anything? Tell me. How am I pedantic? (Ha! That was fun. Apologies to Messrs Pesci and Scorsese). Actually I think Eromlig handled that comment about me perfectly and I sincerely thank him for that. He’s absolutely right in that we just love telling and hearing jokes and that’s it.For as long I can remember I’ve loved telling a joke as much as I love hearing one. I love to laugh, I think it’s therapeutic, and I love to make others laugh even if I sometimes come up short. As far as my opening words go, that’s just me saying “hi”.
On their 40th anniversary a man wanted to show his wife a night she’d never forget. He made plans to go to the ballet and the opera, then have a gourmet meal in a five star restaurant and then off to the theater where they’d enjoy whatever show she picks. The wife said, “This is all very nice and I love you for it but if you really want to indulge me, get me a gorgeous dress with a daring, plunging neckline. I’ve never had a dress like that and I’ve always wanted one.” So off they went to the best dress shop in town.After the Ballet they indeed went to a fine French restaurant where they were started off with steaming bowls of to-die-for onion soup. t But suddenly the Mrs. screamed, "I have incredible heartburn! I’ve never had heartburn like this in my life! “Dear”, said her loving husband. “That’s not heartburn. It’s your dress. Your breast is in the soup.”
That’s my time and space so bye for now. See you all tomorrow.Goodnight Mr Eromlig where ever you are! Sincere thanks to the Ripley’s and GoComics folks for allowing all this and all the best to my fellow jokesters. Silver. Out.