Sunday, October 16, 2011

A WOMAN WITH HATTITUDE....




I LOVE THIS WOMAN
An elderly lady was standing at the railing of the cruise ship
holding her hat tight so that it would not blow away in the wind.
A gentleman approached her and said,
"Pardon me, madam...
I do not intend to be forward but did you know that your dress
is blowing up in this high wind?"
"Yes, I know," said the lady.
"I need both my hands
to hold onto this hat."
"But madam, you must know that you are not wearing any panties
and your privates are exposed!" said the gentleman in earnest.
The woman looked down, then back up at the man
and replied, "Sir, anything you see down there is 75 years old.
I just bought this hat yesterday!"

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Does this woman have humor? To me this is a classic example of aging without wisdom. A woman devoid of morals. She loves her hat more than herself! A sad situation if this reflects today's situation??

Aria

Robert Foo said...

Hi Aria,

What about me? Am I aging and yet still naughty?

Anonymous said...

Dear Robert,
Each one is born with morals. As man ages gracefully, he acquires wisdom. Being naughty is quite normal, but it does not mean compromising basic morals. An old man or woman who expose themselve for public view is ... Just a sick person! He/she has walk through life without gathering any moss. Let alone wisdom?
I believe you are not in this crowd.

Aria

starblaze said...

Hi Aria, this post is not intended for moral issue..this is for entertainment purposes. That is why it is labeled under humour :)

But then, i admire you for clinging into the basic principle of morality.

Anonymous said...

Dear Starblaze,
Thanks for your inputs.
Think about it a little. There must be morals in humor too! One cannot use humor to blanket all things, good and bad? If one makes fun of another's dad in bad taste but 'funny', can that be accepted as humour? In a blog that has 'WISDOM' as its title, surely one needs to diffentiate the various types of humour! Preferably those that come with hidden wisdoms that readers can take home to. Otherwise vulgar jokes can also disguised as humour??

Aria