Tuesday, February 02, 2016

Canadian Tourist

                  
Bob, a middle-aged Canadian tourist on his first time in Lincoln, Nebraska,
locates the red light district and enters a large brothel.
 
 
The madam asks him to be seated and sends over a young lady to entertain
 the client. They sit and talk, frolic a little, giggle a bit, drink a bit, and
 she sits on his lap. He whispers in her ear and she gasps and runs away!
 
Seeing this, the madam sends over a more experienced lady to entertain
 the gentleman. They sit and talk, frolic a little, giggle a bit, drink a bit, and 
she sits on his lap.  He whispers in her ear and she screams,   
No-No!"  and  quickly runs away!
 
The madam is surprised that this ordinary looking man has asked for
 something so outrageous that her two girls will have nothing to do with it.
 
She decides that only her most experienced lady, Lola, will do. Lola looks
 a bit tired, but she has never said no and it doesn't seem likely that
 anything would surprise her. So the madam sends her over to Bob.
 
They sit and talk, frolic a little, giggle a bit, drink a bit, and she sits on his
lap. He whispers in her ear and she screams, "NO WAY, BUDDY!"
 smacks him as hard as she can and literally runs away!
 
Madam is by now absolutely intrigued, having seen nothing like this
 in all her years of operating a brothel.  She hasn't done the bedroom
 work herself for a long time, but she did it for many years before she
 got into management. She's sure she has said yes at one time or another
 to everything a man could possibly ask for. The challenge is irresistible.
 
She just has to find out what this man has wanted that has made her
girls so angry.  And she sees a chance she can't pass up to show off to her
employees how good she was at what they do.
 
So she goes over to Bob and says that she's the best in the house 
and she is available.  She sits and talks with him.  They frolic a bit,
giggle a bit, and drink a little, and she sits in his lap.  And Bob
leans forward and whispers in her ear,

  "Can I pay in Canadian dollars?"

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