The Mama Stork and the Papa Stork and the Baby Stork sat down to dinner and Mama said, "What did you do today, Papa?" And Papa said, "I was out making someone very happy." And Mama said, "I was out making someone very happy too. What were you doing, Baby?" And the Baby Stork said, "I was out scaring the crap out of college students."
Sex. Sex is NOT the answer..... Sex is the question. The answer's Yes!
Hi. Couldn't help but notice the book you're reading.
Yes, it's about finding sexual satisfaction. It's interesting. Did you know that statistically, American Indian and Polish men are the best lovers? By the way, my name is Jill. What's yours?
Flying Cloud Kowalski, nice to meet you.
The chicken and the egg are lying in bed and the chicken is smiling and smoking a cigarette and the egg is upset. The egg mutters, to herself, "Well, I guess we answered THAT question..."
How did you happen to break your leg, Mister Blount?
Well, Doctor, it was like this. Twenty-five years ago, I was on the road and it got dark and....
Never mind that. Tell me how you broke your leg this morning.
Well, twenty-five years ago, I was on the road and it got dark and I needed a place to stay and there was only this one farmhouse near, so I knocked on the door and the farmer answered and I told him my situation, and he said, "Well, you can stay here but you'll have to share a room with my beautiful daughter," and I said that would be okay, so I went up and crawled into bed and she was already asleep, and that night, right after I'd gone to sleep, she woke me up and asked me if there was anything I wanted. I said no, everything was fine. She said, 'Are you sure?' I said, 'I'm sure,' She said, 'Isn't there anything I can do for you?' I said, 'I reckon not.'
What does this have to do with your broken leg?
Well, this morning, it dawned on me what she meant by that, and I fell off the roof!
What is the difference between erotic and kinky?
Erotic is using a feather....kinky is using the whole chicken.
Lovingly selected from the earliest archives of A Prairie Home Companion, this heirloom collection represents the music from earliest years of the now legendary show: 1974–1976. With songs and tunes from jazz pianist Butch Thompson, mandolin maestro Peter Ostroushko, Dakota Dave Hull and the first house band, The Powdermilk Biscuit Band (Adam Granger, Bob Douglas and Mary DuShane).