IJMC Urban Legend #10563

			IJMC - Urban Legend #10563

Ok, so this one is so contrived there should be no way anyone ever 
believes it is true...but then on the other hand we listen to Congress...

...anyhow, enjoy this one, it's got to last you through the weekend. I 
have to attend a funeral and well, I don't expect there to be a computer 
nearby. Sorry folks, but it'll only be a few days...                -dave

     Steve is shopping for a new motorcycle.  He finally finds one for a
     great price, but it's missing a seal, so whenever it rains he has to
     smear Vaseline over the spot where the seal should be...Anyway, his
     girlfriend is having him over for dinner to meet her parents.  He
     decides to take his new bike to her house, where she was outside
     waiting for him.

     "No matter what happens at dinner tonight, DON'T SAY A WORD!" she
     tells him, "Our family had a fight a while ago about doing dishes.  We
     haven't done any since, and the FIRST person to speak at dinner has to
     do them."

     Steve sat down for dinner and it was just how she described it.
     Dishes were piled up to the ceiling in the kitchen, and nobody was
     saying a word.

     So Steve decided to have a little fun...

     He grabs his girlfriend, throws her on the table and screws her brains
     out right in front of her parents.

     His girlfriend is a little flustered...her dad is obviously
     livid...and her mom horrified when he sits back down...but no one says
     a word.

     A few minutes later he grabs her mother...throws her on the table and
     does a repeat performance.

     Now his girlfriend is furious...her dad is boiling...and her mother is
     a little happier...but still there is complete silence at the table.

     All of a sudden there is a loud clap of thunder and it starts to
     rain...Steve remembers his motorcycle (without a seal). He jumps up
     and grabs his jar of Vaseline...Upon witnessing THIS, his girlfriend's
     father backs away from the table and screams,...


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