A little old lady who had lost her marbles was running up and down the halls in a nursing home.
As she ran, she would flip up the hem of her nightgown and say “Supersex.”
She ran up to an elderly man in a wheelchair, flipping her gown at him, she said, “Supersex.”
He sat silently for a moment or two and finally answered,….
“I’ll take the soup.”
I wonder why my oldest brother sent this to me? Do you think his aim was to encourage or discourage me from going into a home for the
I’d try to avoid a home for the elderly, if I were you. Most of them sound more like storage facilities than comfortable places to live.
Nick, the only home for me is the one I have: My own front door, comfortable beds and chairs to sit in and food I can cook the way I like it.
Where does your elder brother stay?
At home with his wife, sensible man.
This made my day, GM. Too funny.
blessings ~ maxi
Maxi, I am pleased it did.
Hmmmmmmmmmm! Soup or sex? I’m still trying to choose.
Mayo, if I were you…… I’d start with the soup!
You have some funny friends! I don’t where they come up with these things! 😆
She has even funnier family… And I don’t mean in a ‘funny haha’ way… 🙂
Barbara, you are one of us and for that I offer my sympathy!
Indeed… You have seen my Australia Day hat :-). I’m 100% Molony (with a bit of the O’Dwyer insanity/genius thrown in for good measure) 🙂
Barbara, you have a good mix in there!
Alice, My brother sent me three of these stories on the trot yesterday.
The bewildered do some strange things. Are you doing strange things?
Dianne, I have been doing strange things all my life!
Gods waiting room is what I heard a very good friend describe a local nursing room – reminded her that her time may come and knowing her family she’d have no say in the matter. Good friend laughed and took it well – but did mention she ‘was’ a bit worried over some of their possible decisions. Food for thought – or food for sex lol
Thankfully Elly, George and I laugh plenty about the ‘home’ or ‘homes’ lined up for me.
I wonder what she would answer after recieving a ‘Superman’ response?
Alas, Col, we will never know!
well that was a coffee spitter – luckily I have learned to look away quickly when reading your joke posts. Now I have to clean the wall.
Next week, Shackman, swallow the coffee before opening my Thursday Special! Sorry about the wall.
Glad you enjoyed it, Tilly.
Dumb ole me, I’d read this before and didn’t get it. Maybe I was too young then, but I’ve matured since then and I laughed ’til I was breathless, which only took five minutes or so since I’m a bit old myself now. That fella must have been reaaaallllly old, judging from the old guys I used to take care of on the geriatric ward of the local hospital. 😀
Aye. Some of them never lose their sparkle.
My good friend was in a wheelchair, 92, in a nursing home. An old man tried to make out with her while all were watching TV. She is still somewhat beautiful. She was so indignant that she & her husband (younger) moved into an assisted living home. I hear old men are never too old for sex, but the soup would be good too.
BHB, whatever about some men never being ‘too old for sex’, they seldom lose the desire!