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BlueEyz2006
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Posted on Thu, May 29, 2008 13:30

My legal assistant was home visiting her family recently and her father told her the funniest story I've ever heard. His friend Harvey worked in NYC for a couple years before moving back to Knoxville with his new wife and new labrador retriever. They rented for a while but finally bought a home in a fantastic gated community. Shortly after they got there, a neighbor asked them to house sit for the weekend, watering plants and feeding their pets. Delighted at the prospect of becoming accepted in the neighborhood they quickly took the opportunity to help. On Saturday morning after they took care of things inside they were horrified to step outside and find their labrador retriever with the family's pet bunny in his mouth shaking it from side to side. The bunny was definitely dead. They panicked and rather than running out to purchase a new rabbit, they shampood the poor bunny, blow dried it and fluffed it up so that it looked abosultely pristine. They then carefully laid it in its cage emulating a peaceful passing. Upon the family's return, they called Harvey and his wife asking if anything wierd happened over the weekend. "Umm, no, everything was fine," came the response. "What about our bunny?" they asked. "Bunny?" Harvey said. "Yes, you see, on Friday before we left our bunny passed away so we buried it in the back yard but when we got home..." ------------- Moral of the story, no matter how bad the truth may seem, it's always better than covering up.


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Posted on Sun, Feb 15, 2009 12:47

This was funny, and useful, I told it to my 13 y/o who has a problem with lying, which I despise greatly, so I was tongue in cheek over being able to relay the moral of the story to him!!


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Posted on Sat, May 31, 2008 08:32

Rob, No offense taken, it's good to see you here. I've lived all over the US (17 moves) and started as a Yankee, spent some time as a Southerner (Tulsa, Plano) and am now a Californian (Santa Barbara) so I promise, no bias intended. My only Knoxville experience was driving my sister in her little Mazda Protege from Texas to Rhode Island for college. We got stuck in a huge snowstorm in Knoxville. The snow was above the hood and we couldn't move forward any more so we pulled off and got a hotel room. In the morning we changed our path and broke for the coast driving all the way through Tennessee instead of diagonally across it. We got to the Atlantic ocean, took the 95 and didn't see another snowflake. I do remember Tennessee was beautiful in many places. I have a good friend who lives in Nashville now. Have a great weekend!


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Posted on Fri, May 30, 2008 04:03

lol sooo funny and the moral is???? allways come clean the buggers will allways find out in the end


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Posted on Thu, May 29, 2008 22:48

Quoting: Originally posted by Taycott Rob you're a cut-up. Now HOW did you get that to mean it was a yankee joke about TN folks?? LOL

Firstly, I am just kidding Blue! Damn city slickers... :o) but my comment came from "worked in NYC for a couple years before moving back to Knoxville" I grew up about 90 miles east of there, unless there is another Knoxville I am not aware of. By the way Tay, for places to move, Knoxville ain't too bad for a college town. Of course, orange would have to be a favorite color. And the accent there is a very different southern from a SC or NC variety.


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Posted on Thu, May 29, 2008 16:20

Other than it being a typical yankee joke making fun of east TN people, very funny! LOL I thought the moral of the story was always bury your pets deep and put a rock on top to keep the critters from getting it!


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