Just had to share this one I read on Jalopnik.com:
Old man walks into a Mercedes dealership with a beautiful young blond late on Friday afternoon. He tells the salesman "I'd like to buy something special for my new lady friend here. " Salesman points to the SLK, the blond smiles, the old man says "no something more special than that" Sales man shows them a SL, the blond is giddy, the old man says "no something more special than that." The old man points to the SLS and says "I want that one." The blond is giddy. Salesman asks, "Do you see how much that costs?!" Old man asks "Will you take a check?" Salesman says "We can do that, but you will have to wait until Monday when we can call the bank to verify funds." Old man writes a check and leaves with the ecstatic, gorgeous blond.
Monday morning the irate salesman calls the old man, "That check you wrote me was no good!" Old man, "I know, but let me tell you about my weekend!"
Thanks for sharing. Classic photo of the never say die spirit of the small entrepreneur ie the risk taker, the job creator, the GDP generator and sometimes a tax payer :-). I will refrain from commenting on the road safety aspect!?!! My eye balls have rolled over. I guess he is a small trader returning with purchase of inventory.
Last edited by V.Narayan : 18th March 2018 at 12:55.
Latest app release note from Saavn. I liked their wry sense of humour.
This is one of those annoying releases where we try to make up something that you'll care about, but the truth is we just had to fix some things you'll never notice. It's kinda like bringing your car to the shop for an oil change and tune-up... they claim they did the tune-up part, but how would you really know? And what is a tune-up anyway? Is my car a piano?
Anyway, we'll be back later this Spring with some REALLY REALLY exciting stuff that we've been working on for a long time. If you want a sneak peek under the hood (cough, see what I did there) as we get closer, let us know you'd like to be a beta tester at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @Saavn.
I tried to think of a good send-off joke, but no monkey-business this time. It's almost Ape-ril.
A Scotsman who was driving home one night ran into a car driven by an Englishman. The Scotsman got out of the car to apologize and offered the Englishman a drink from a bottle of whiskey. The Englishman was glad to have a drink.
"Go on," said the Scot, "have another drink."
The Englishman drank gratefully. "But don't you want one, too?" he asked the Scotsman.
"Perhaps," replied the Scotsman, "after the police have gone."