Laughter: The Universal Language – #21

Now I don’t know about you, but for me, there’s nothing like a good belly laugh to make my day! Check this out. 😀

A Little R & R

       A crusty old Marine Sergeant Major found himself at a gala event
hosted by a  local liberal arts college.

       There was no shortage of extremely young idealistic ladies in
attendance, one of whom approached the Sergeant Major for

       “Excuse me, Sergeant Major, but you seem to be a very serious man.
Is something bothering you?”

       “Negative, ma’am. Just serious by nature.”

       The young lady looked at his medals and decorations and said, “It
looks like you have seen a lot of action.”

       “Yes, ma’am, a lot of action.”

       The young lady,  trying to keep up a conversation, said, “You
know, you should lighten up.  Relax and enjoy yourself.”

       The Sergeant Major just stared at her in his serious manner.

       Finally the young lady said, “You know, I hope you don’t take this
the wrong way, but when is the last time you had sex?”

       “1955, ma’am.”

       “Well, there you are. No wonder you’re so serious. You really need
to chill out! I mean, no sex since 1955!”

       She took his hand and led him to a private room where she
proceeded to “relax” him several times.

       Afterwards, panting for breath, she leaned against his bare chest
and said, “Wow, you sure didn’t forget much since 1955.”

       The Sergeant Major said, after glancing at his watch, “I hope not;
it’s only 2130 now.”

       (Gotta love military time!)

12 thoughts on “Laughter: The Universal Language – #21

      1. LOL!
        Actually, neither of the hospitals were military hospitals. In fact, all hospitals in my neck of the woods use military time.
        I don’t know if that is specific to Georgia or if all American hospitals do that.

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        1. You know what? Ours might also do the same. I never noticed! I’m so unobservant, truly! Next time I’m in a hospital I’m gonna check, now I’m curious! LOL!

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        2. LOL!! They do it here so that there is no confusion between whether something happened at 7am or 7pm (very important with giving meds)—Some people would make a mistake and leave the am/pm off when documenting in patient charts.
          Using MT takes the confusion out of the mix. But that’s way more than you wanted to know LOL!!!

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