A Woman and Two Beers
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From: Peter Langston <psl>
Date: Wed, 22 Jan 97 16:18:33 -0800
Subject: A Woman and Two Beers
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One day, after striking gold in Alaska, a miner came down from the
mountains and walked into a saloon in the nearest town. He handed the
bartender a gold nugget to pay for a woman and two beers, flatly stating
that he wanted the toughest woman he could find. The bartender took his
money and gestured to the staircase: "The second door on the right."
The miner grabbed his bottles, stomped up the stairs, kicked open the
second door on the right and yelled, "I'm lookin' for the meanest, roughest,
toughest whore in the Yukon!"
The woman inside the room looked at the miner and smiled, "You found
her!" Then she stripped naked, bent over and grabbed her ankles.
"What if I don't want to do it in that position?" asked the miner.
"Well, it doesn't matter to me how you want to do it," replied the
woman. "But I thought you might like to open your beers first."
© 1997 Peter Langston