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Old 09-05-2006, 11:05 AM   #1
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Two men are playing golf on a Sunday morning. They have arrived at the 15th green and are preparing to putt out.

Next to the green is a public street and down the street comes a long funeral procession.

One of the golfers was lining up his putt, but when he saw the procession, he stops, walks to the edge of the green and respectfully takes his hat off and holds it over his chest. He patiently waits while the entire procession goes by and disappears around the corner.

Then he walks back over and starts to putt. His friend walks over and says, "I'm surprised at you. That was a real nice thing to do."

And as he putts, he replies, "Yeah, well she was a **** good wife."
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Two men are playing golf on a Sunday morning. They have arrived at the 15th green and are preparing to putt out.

Next to the green is a public street and down the street comes a long funeral procession.

One of the golfers was lining up his putt, but when he saw the procession, he stops, walks to the edge of the green and respectfully takes his hat off and holds it over his chest. He patiently waits while the entire procession goes by and disappears around the corner.

Then he walks back over and starts to putt. His friend walks over and says, "I'm surprised at you. That was a real nice thing to do."

And as he putts, he replies, "Yeah, well she was a **** good wife."
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