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Today I got another joke in an email from a friend!! I hope you find it funny!!
A police officer came upon a terrible wreck
A police officer came upon a terrible wreck where the driver and passenger had been killed.
As he looked upon the wreckage a little monkey came out of the brush and hopped around the crashed car.
The officer looked down at the monkey and said “I wish you could talk. ”
The monkey looked up at the officer and shook his head up and down.
“You can understand what I’m saying? ” asked the officer.
Again, the monkey shook his head up and down.
“Well, did you see this? ”
“Yes,” motioned the monkey.
Police officer : “What happened? ”
The monkey pretended to have a can in his hand and turned it up by his mouth.
“They were drinking? ” asked the officer.
“What else? ”
The monkey pinched his fingers together and held them to his mouth.
“They were smoking marijuana? ”
“What else? ”
The monkey motioned “Screwing. ”
“They were screwing, too? ” asked the astounded officer.
“Now wait, you’re saying your owners were drinking, smoking and screwing before they wrecked? ”
“What were you doing during all this? ”