Silly Sunday – Soldier Assistance

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  • Soldier Assistance

    Finding a woman sobbing that she had locked her keys in her car, a passing soldier assures her that he can help.
    She looks on amazed as he removes his trousers, …..rolls them into a tight ball and rubs them against the car door.
    Magically it opens…….
    “That’s so clever,” the woman gasps. “How did you do it?”
    “Easy,” replies the man. “These are my khakis”. :mrgreen:

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    1. Twitter ID:

      Perfect for “silly” Sunday.

    2. Marcia says:

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      Ha! Good to know! 🙂 Next time I lock my keys in the car, I’ll definitely look around hoping to find a soldier!

    3. Steve says:

      Groan. I thought you could come up with a butter joke than that juan.

      Have a great week!


    4. Comedy Plus says:

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      Bwahahahahahaha. He must have been from Boston. That’s exactly the way they say car keys.

      Have a fabulous Silly Sunday. “)

    5. louise says:

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      o.k. lol thats all I can say

    6. Life with Kaishon says:

      It took me a second to get it : )

    7. Agent 54 says:

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      Uh, not good. Bad. Good effort. Try again.

    8. Jim says:

      That was a southern soldier, right, Steve.
      Or he was from Boston? Nice find!

    9. Joyce says:

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      Of course. Khakis. Must be New York or Boston.

    10. Agent 54 says:

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      I didn’t think that was very funny.

    11. stevebethere says:

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      Probably the humour is more British army trousers here known as khakis as in khaki jacket etc LOL 😉