Thursday Special ~ BLONDE in a CASINO


An attractive blonde from Cork, Ireland arrived at the casino. She seemed a little intoxicated and bet twenty-thousand Euros on a single roll of the dice.

She said, ‘I hope you don’t mind, but I feel much luckier when I’m completely nude’.

With that, she stripped from the neck down, rolled the dice and with an Irish brogue yelled, ‘Come on, baby, Mama needs new clothes!’

As the dice came to a stop, she jumped up and down and squealed…’YES! YES! I WON, I WON!’

She hugged each of the dealers and then picked up her winnings and her clothes and quickly departed.

The dealers stared at each other dumbfounded.
Finally, one of them asked, ‘What did she roll?’

The other answered,
‘I don’t know – I thought you were watching.’


Not all Irish are drunks,
not all blondes are dumb,
but all men…are men.

For the life of me, I have no recollection of who sent this to me.

26 thoughts on “Thursday Special ~ BLONDE in a CASINO

  1. Maynard

    When the sites are good and you are having fun, who gives a crap what day it is. My mind is still on the “blonde”!

  2. Nick

    Oh I’m not like that at all, I’m much more sensible. My eyes would be firmly on the money. And then I’d go and mug her as she left the casino.

  3. Stephen

    That reminds me of a story my grandfather used to tell me about his time on the force. He pulled over a motorcycle who had a topless women riding in the back. He called it in, but since they were outside of the city limits they were unsure if they could ticket her because all of the indecently laws were city laws and not state.

    He finally called a state trooper to ask about the state laws and he asked “Is she wearing a helmet, because we do have a law against that.” my grandfather had to sheepishly admit that he could not remember if she was wearing one or not when he pulled them over. (you know where his eyes were)


  4. wisewebwoman

    Finally a twist on the tiresome blonde jokes that my daughter (a natural blonde and a math prof) gets so upset about – the unfortunate stereotyping.

  5. Gail

    I understand what you are trying to say Grannymar, but you are ashamed to say it, so I will—-MEN are PIGS!

  6. Grannymar Post author

    Maynard – Mind your eyes! 😉

    Nick – How would you explain the money to the wife? 😉

    Ramana – Some have selective memory!

    Stephen – Good story.

  7. Darlene

    Sorry about the stereotyping, but I am afraid I am the guilty party who sent it to you, Grannymar.

    Sorry about that, Wisewebwoman.
    Please tell your daughter it’s all in fun and we all know some very bright blonds and some very dumb brunettes.

  8. Grannymar Post author

    WWW – It is time the natural blondes of our world got a good press. Two of my sisters in law are natural blonds and very intelligent women.

    Darlene – thanks for the reminder. This mini flu that I am struggling with since Christmas is playing games with my memory. It has also attacked my ideas cupboard. Not good. Very definitely not good!

  9. Baino

    Hey it’s funny . . and she was smart enough to distract the boys and win the money! Haha . . I am often guilty of saying “oops, had a blonde moment”. Then I don’t know a natural blonde over the age of 40! @ Gail . . take it easy sugar . . some of them are pretty wonderful!

  10. Magpie11

    Well I often have “senior moments” … called “brain farts” by and american ex colleague…I suspect it of being a corruption of infarction.

  11. Brighid

    My dad sent this one to me a while back and we had a good laugh. Of course, I’m always flipping my blonde hair at him & making some duh remark to get his goat.

  12. Grannymar Post author

    Magpie – I will have to leave it to the real blondes to answer that question.

    Helen – Does ‘going blonde’ make you feel any different?

    Baino – I think we all have those moments, I try to call them ‘senior moments’!

    Gail – I missed you up there. This time I must disagree with you. I have met some very nice men in my time. AND stop boasting about all your X’s! 😉

    Magpie – I never thought of that interpretation of the saying ‘brain farts, it certainly works.

    Jean – Glad you enjoyed.

    Brighid – Enjoy the fun!

  13. gaelikaa

    I went blonde once but I found that it didn’t really agree with me – to tell the truth it made me look anaemic – so I ditched that look.

  14. Grannymar Post author

    Gaelikaa – I think that a GOOD haircut to suit the face shape and well maintained with lively interested eyes do more for a person than half a day in a beauty parlour. Healthier on the pocket too!


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