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Offline Edward Bear

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Never trust a poker player
« on: October 03, 2011 »
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  • Two couples were playing poker one

    evening. Jim accidentally dropped some cards on the floor. When he bent
    down under the table to pick them up, he noticed Les's wife, Sue wasn't
    wearing any underwear under her dress! Shocked by this, Jim upon trying
    to sit back up again, hit his head on the table and emerged red-faced.


    Later, Jim went to the kitchen to get some refreshments. Les's wife

    followed and asked, 'Did you see anything that you like under there?'
    Surprised by her boldness, Jim admitted that, well indeed he did. She
    said, 'Well, you can have it but it will cost you ?200.'

    After

    taking a minute or two to assess the financial and moral costs of this
    offer, Jim confirms that he is interested..

    Sue told him that since

    her husband Les played golf Friday afternoons and Jim didn't, Jim
    should be at her house around 2PM. Friday afternoon.

    When Friday

    rolled around, Jim showed up at Les's house at 2PM. Sharp and after
    paying Sue the agreed sum of ?200 - they went to the bedroom, and
    closed their transaction, as agreed.

    Jim quickly dressed and left.



    As usual, Les came home from golf at 6pm. And upon arriving, asked

    his wife: 'Did Jim come by the house this afternoon?'

    With a lump in

    her throat Sue answered Why yes, he did stop by for a few minutes this
    afternoon.' Her heart nearly skipped a beat when her husband curtly
    asked, 'And did he give you ?200?'

    Sue, using her best poker face,

    replied, Well, yes, in fact he did give me ?200.

    Bob, with a

    satisfied look on his face, surprised his wife by saying, 'He came by
    the golf club this morning and borrowed ?200 from me. He promised he'd
    stop by our house this afternoon on his way home and pay me back.'





    Now THAT, my friends, is a poker player.