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Old 03-25-2013, 07:13 AM   #1
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We need some humor today

This is from a post on the RVForum.net in 2006

"He left me at the Flying J, this was the start of our perfect day. I went into the gift shop,
while he got gas in the RV to continue on our trip. I shopped and shopped till my hearts content,
not knowing I was in the store, he left me at the Flying J, and went on his way.
I thought he was taking a long time to fuel up, so he must be taking the dog for a potty break.
I paid for my night shirt with hearts and love written on the front of it, and went outside, to find
I was stranded at the Flying J, in Amarillo, Texas. For Petes' Sake.
I looked and looked,but he was no where in sight. I thought, now this is a fright.
I only have thirteen dollars with me and no ID. Who do I know in Texas that can help me?
I went back inside to ask if anyone had a cell phone that I could call my forgetful husband,
because he went off and left me,here at the Flying J.
A nice man let me use his phone and I called my husband. He said, " Yes, I know and I'm trying to get back"
He was going down the interstate about 10 miles down and no place to turn around.
He finally got on a dirt road and it was a dead end, and no pace to turn around in that big RV and pulling a big trailer.
He somehow got on another road and going the wrong way, so he went across the highway and the trailer jack-knifed,
damaging the back corner of the RV and the front of the trailer. It wasn't too bad. It could have been worse.
He finally got back to the Flying J and picked me up. He said, he thought I was in the bathroom of the RV when he left.
He finally started calling me and realized that he had left me at the Flying J."

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This always makes me Laugh
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Left my wife in a rest stop bathroom once. Key word "ONCE." Don't want to do that again!
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That wooden spoon prank is hilarious.
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