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Scottish Obituary

A Scottish woman goes to the local newspaper office to see that the Obituary for her recently deceased husband is published.

The Editor informs her that there is a charge of $1 per word.

She pauses, reflects, and then she says, "Well then, let it read: "Fred Brown died."

Amused at the Woman's thrift, the Editor tells her that there is a seven-word minimum for all Obituaries.

She thinks it over and in a few seconds says, In that case, let it read:

Fred Brown Died ... golf clubs For Sale!!! rolling on the floor laughing

Comments (6)

EXRED
^rolling on the floor laughing rolling on the floor laughing just got to laugh

Happy new year jim
Copper wire was invented by two Scotsmen fighting over a penny.

cowboy
lindsyjones
A good laugh my dear friend.rolling on the floor laughing
rolling on the floor laughing laugh
namaron
"Poor Fred"

"And He Hadnt Even"

"Been Planted In The Ground Yet!"...............detective
The last time a Green Bay Packers home game wasn't sold out was during the Eisenhower Administration. Yes. Really.

So a guy thought it odd that a primo seat on the 50 yard line was empty at game time.
When it wasn't filled by half time, he went down to inquire why.

A li'l ol' lady was in the seat next to the empty one. The guy asked her if she knew why it was empty.
She explained that she & her hubby had season tickets for fifty years, but he'd passed on.

The guy told her that was touching, but couldn't a family member or friend use the ticket?
The woman explained that they were all at his funeral.
Being a Packer fan himself, the guy understood the situation perfectly.

This would, of course, never happen.
Even if anyone in Wisconsin was stupid enough to schedule a funeral during a Packer game they'd NEVER find a Reverend to preach the obsequies!
cheering

cowboy

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