I am desperate to lighten my mood. Please post your favorite joke. Here's mine. A frog walks into a bank and asks to speak with the loan officer, Patricia Whacke. When he sees her, he tells her that his father is Keith Richards and he wants a loan for 50,000 dollars.Then he says that the president of the bank knows all about it and he just needs to sign the paper work that is supposed to be ready. The loan officer is amazed and tells the frog that for a loan like that she'll at least need some collateral. The frog hands her an ivory elephant. She tells the frog that she's going to have to run this all past her boss. She takes the ivory elephant with her and goes into the Bank president's office. "You are not going to believe this, but I have a talking frog in my office who wants a loan. He claims to be Keith Richards' son and the only thing he has for security is this... this.. whatever it is. What do you want me to do?" The bank president looks at her and says," It's a knickknack Patty Whacke, give the frog a loan, his old man's a rolling stone." I know I know, but when my son tells me that I always laugh. So if you've got a joke, I would LOVE to hear it. Thanks.
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