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marval | 16:13 Fri 29th Nov 2013 | Jokes
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Visiting his parents' retirement village, a middle-aged man, Tim, went for a swim in the community pool while his elderly father took a walk.

Tim struck up a conversation with the only other person in the pool, a five-year-old boy.

After a while, Tim's father returned from his walk and called out, "I'm ready to leave."

Tim then turned to his new friend and announced that he had to leave because his father was calling.

Astonished, the wide-eyed little boy cried, "You're a kid?"


It was a difficult subject to bring before his aged mother, but John felt that he must.

"Mum, you are no longer a spring chicken and you do need to think ahead of what will happen in the future.

Why don't we make arrangements about when..... you know... when.... God forbid... you pass on?"

The mother didn't say anything, just sat there staring ahead.

"I mean, Mum, like.... how do you want to finally go? Do you want to be buried? Cremated?"

There was yet another long pause.

Then the mother looked up and said, "Son, why don't you simply surprise
me?"


A man a big-time sports fan, was watching a football game with his grandchildren.

He had just turned seventy five and was feeling a little wistful.

"You Know" he said to his grandson, Nick, "its not easy getting old."

"Don't worry, Grandpa," Nick said cheerily. "Maybe you'll go into overtime"


There where once two brothers called William and Wayne.

William was twelve years old and his little brother was three.

The neighbours noticed they always went around together, if William went down to the park, his little brother would toddle along behind him, even if the game was a bit rough; and when Wayne went to playgroup, his elder brother would come too, and sit there with all the toddlers.

One neighbour thought this was really strange, so one day he leaned over the fence and asked the kids' mother why they were so inseparable even though they had nothing in common.

Well, the mother replied, didn't you know, where there's a Will there's a Wayne.




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Should go down well at the retirement home.......The wishing well maybe :¬)
Good ones marvel. Perhaps I appreciate them more because I am also "getting old".

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