What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stranger.
She must have been a very, very bad girl. Hmmmmm.
@TrickyRicky- But thanks to the judge, bad girls can happen to good people.
I have some community service a cheerleader can do...mow the lawn.
@Dan Mathewson- Unfortunately, cheerleaders are only allowed to mow your sidelines.
@Dan, is that a reference to the old Henny Youngman prostitute joke with the punch line, "Okay, paint my house!"?
@JustaJeepGuy- I assumed that was the joke Dan was hinting at.Then there's the vaguely similar joke about the guy who shouts to the entire bar: "I'll give $10,000 to any woman who will make love MY way!" He's thrown out, but as he picks himself up from the sidewalk a woman walks out of the bar and purrs: "Okay, lover. What is YOUR way?" And he says "On credit."
@JustaJeepGuy, I love Henny Youngman. Had a vague idea it was his.@Stilton That a new one. Very funny.
@Dan Mathewson- Absolutely true story: I was once waiting for my Dad to come out of an airport bathroom. Also waiting outside the door was a well-dressed young man holding a violin case. Moments later, Henny Youngman walked out of the bathroom and the two left together.Hey, I said it was a true story, not a fascinating one.
Stilt - sounds like a '68' - you do me, I'll owe ya one... Dan, back when I was in high school, 'mowing the lawn' was vernacular equivalent to 'munching carpet' - had to laugh at that... Did you hear that at the end, Henny was just too tired to go on, called Dr Kevorkian? "Take my life, please!"
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