Humor About Men Vol.4

Testing Drivers

A man leaves a bar, gets into his car and drives away. 200 yards further he's stopped by a police officer. 

Officer: "Good evening sir. We're testing drivers for drunken driving. Would you please blow into this machine?". 
Man: "I'm sorry, I can't do that. I have asthma. If I blow on that machine I will get out of air". 
Officer: "Please come along to the office and we can give you a blood test". 
Man: "I can't do that. I have anemia and if you stick a needle in me I will bleed to death". 
Officer: "Then you'll have to get out and walk 5 yards along this white line". 
Man: "Can't do that either". 
Officer: "Why not?". Man: "Because I'm dead drunk".

A man called his neighbour to help him move a couch that had become stuck in the doorway.

They pushed and pulled until they were exhausted, but the couch wouldn't budge.

"Forget it," the man finally gasped. "We'll never get this in." 

The neighbour looked at him quizzically and said, "In?"



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