george albot


blonds are more! (' what ever')


What's blond and does not learn sorry listen
No better start again
What's blond and does not listen
Yes we are trying to thing now,
Right now go slow
What's ….blond ….and….does ….not….listen?
Answer
Get a mirror, and I don't mean the daily one!
Right now we have solved that
Let's see if we can tell the difference between
Talking and finishing or is it fishing?
Here is a question for you

Q. Why does it take longer to build a blonde snowman?
A. Cause you have to hollow out its head!

Q. What does a blonde say when you blow in her ear?
A. 'Thanks for the refill! '

A blonde comes home from a day of shopping and discovers that her house is on fire, so she calls the fire department on her cell phone.
'Please state the nature of your emergency, ' says the operator.
'Help! My house is on fire! ' the blonde replies.
'Okay, where do you live? '
'In a house you silly billy! ' the blonde replies.
'No, no! How do we get there? ' the operator asks fustratedly.
'Duh! Big Red Truck! ! '

It pays to listen

XXX,

Submitted: Friday, February 08, 2013
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