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Swave N. Deboner BS: Please amuse MR SOOZ (41) RE: BS: Please amuse MR SOOZ 17 Dec 04

In the lobby of an exclusive honeymoon hotel, there's this parrot in a cage in the corner. He's been there for years. Being quite intelligent, as parrots are, he's figured out what these newly weds get up to after they check in. And he's a talker. Every time a young couple comes to check in, the parrot says, "SQUAWK! Somebody's gonna' get f--ked tonight! Somebody's gonna' get f--ked tonight! SQUAWK." Well now, this is becoming quite embarrassing to the hotel proprietor, what with the high class clientele. Somebody suggests that, perhaps if the parrot had a female companion, that might distract his attention and curb his tendency towards these outbursts. So the hotelier goes to the local pet shop looking for a female parrot. "I'm sorry, sir," says the pet shop owner, "I'm fresh out of female parrots. I do have this nice little female owl here, though." The hotelier is desperate, so he buys the owl, takes her back to the hotel and sticks her in the cage with the parrot, who sits there on his perch, checking her out. Later on, in comes some honeymooners. It's the mayor's daughter and her new hubby. To the hotelier's horror, the parrot comes out with his usual, "SQUAWK! Somebody's gonna' get f--ked tonight! Somebody's gonna' get f--ked tonight! SQUAWK!" Then, the owl goes, "Who-whoooo-whoo-whooo." The hotelier nearly faints when the parrot says, "SQUAWK! It sure ain't gonna' be you, ya' flat nosed c--t! SQUAWK!"

Thank ya'. Thank ya' vera much.


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