• Emotional Pain

    Joe and his three golf buddies were out playing and were just starting on the back nine when Joe paused, looked down the fairway and began to sob uncontrollably. The other three gathered around him and asked, "Whats wrong?"

    Joe looked down at his feet, sniffed and dried his eyes some, then apologized for his emotional outburst. "I'm sorry, I always get emotional at this hole - it holds very difficult memories for me."

    One of his buddies asked, "What happened? What could have gotten you so upset?"

    Joe stared silently off in the distance, then said in a low voice, "This is where my wife and I were playing 12 years ago when she suddenly died of a heart attack; right at this very hole."

    "Oh my God," the other golfers said, "That must have been horrible!"

    "Horrible? You think it's horrible?" Joe cried in disbelief. "It was worse than that! Every hole for the rest of the day, all the way back to the clubhouse it was 'hit the ball, drag Alice, hit the ball, drag Alice...'"
  • Red Cross

    Joey decided to take a week off from the pressures of the office and went skiing. Alas, no sooner did he reach the slopes than he heard an ominous rumbling: moments later a sheet of snow came crashing toward him.

    Fortunately, Joey was able to jump into a cave just before the avalanche hit. Just as fortunately, he had matches with him and was able to light a fire.

    Hours later, when everyone but Joey had returned, a rescue team was sent to search for him. After several hours they saw smoke curling from the cave and went to investigate.

    Poking his head into the entrance, one of the rescuers yelled, "Mr. Joey, are you there? It's the Red Cross."

    Bristling, the harried Joey called back, "Get lost. I gave at the office!"
  • True friend!

    Murphy and his friend George go golfing together one Saturday morning, as they have done for 20 years straight.
    Later that day, Murphy returns home exhausted, and plops down in the easy chair. His wife is concerned and asks if something went wrong with his game.
    "No, no," he replied, "I had the best game I had in years! As a matter of fact, I started out the first three holes at 4 under par, including a hole-in-two on the 3rd."
    "So why are you so beat?" his wife asked.
    "Well, George had a heart attack and died on the 4th hole," he said.
    "What??? And you're so exhausted from trying to save him, huh?"
    "No, It was very quick and there was nothing anyone could've done. But after that, it was just hit the ball, drag George, hit the ball, drag George..."
  • Match Fixing

    Match Fixing
    Three women were sitting around and bragging about their children.

    The first one says, "You know, my son, he graduated first in his class from Stanford. He's now a doctor, making $250,000 a year in Chicago."

    The second woman says, "You know my son, he graduated first in his class from Harvard. he's now a lawyer, making half a million dollars a year and he lives in Los Angeles."

    The last woman says, "You know my son, he never did too well in school. He never went to any university but he now makes one million dollars a year in New York working as a sports repairman."

    The other two women ask, "What is a sports repairman?"

    The woman then replies, "He fixes games... you know, hockey games, football games, baseball games, cricket games...."