Apropos of Nothing

June 5, 2008

Raisin Bread

Filed under: Humour — aproposofnothing @ 8:35 pm

A general store owner hired a young female clerk who liked to wear
very short skirts and thong panties.
One day, a young man entered the store, glanced at the clerk,
and glanced at the loaves of bread behind the counter.
Noticing the length of her skirt (or general lack thereof) and the location of the raisin bread,
he had a brilliant idea.
“I’d like some raisin bread, please,” the man said politely.
The female clerk nodded and climbed up a ladder to reach the raisin bread,
which was located on the very top shelf.
The young man, standing almost directly beneath her, was provided with an excellent view,
just as he surmised he would be.
Once she descended the ladder, he mused that he really should get two loaves,
as he was having company for dinner.
As the clerk retrieved the second loaf of bread,
one of the other male customers noticed what was going on.
Thinking quickly, he requested his own loaf of raisin bread,
so he could continue to enjoy the view.
With each trip up the ladder, the young lady seemed to catch the eye of another male customer. Pretty soon, each male patron was asking for raisin bread,
just to see the clerk climb up and down.
After many trips, she became tired and irritated
and began thinking that she would have to try this bread for herself!
Finally, once again atop the ladder, she stopped and fumed,
glaring at the men standing below.
She noticed an elderly man standing amongst the crowd staring up at her.
Thinking it might save her a trip, she yelled at the elderly man,
“Is yours raisin, too?”
“No,” croaked the old man,
“But it’s startin’ to quiver.”


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