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Way back in the day, my wife and I would go with friends to a nightclub that had good live music and a dance floor. It had large crowds and two small restrooms. The restrooms were just behind the entrance, where the bouncer controlled access to both the nightclub and also to the restrooms. He set the rules, and the rule was you couldn’t use the restroom unless you told him a joke that made him laugh. There was almost always a line for the restrooms.
I have very few jokes I can remember well enough to tell. My fallback joke at that time was about the guy who was in bed with another man’s wife early in the morning when he heard the garage door opener turn on. In a panic, he climbs out the window, buck naked. Standing behind a bush in a light drizzling rain, he notices a group of men jogging. With no better option, he decides to jog along with them. All goes well for a bit. A jogger glances over at him and asks,”Do you always jog naked?”
“Yes,” he replies, “It is so invigorating.”
A few strides later, the jogger looks at him again and asks, “Do you always wear a condom?”
“No. Only when it is raining.”Published in