• Spying On Wife

    A jealous husband hired a private detective to check on the movements of his wife. The husband wanted more than a written report; he wanted a video of his wife's activities.

    A week later, the detective returned with a video. They sat down together to watch it. Although the quality was less than professional, the man saw his wife meeting another man! He saw the two of them laughing in the park. He saw them enjoying themselves at an outdoor cafe. He saw them dancing in a dimly lit nightclub. He saw the man and his wife participate in a dozen activities with utter glee.

    "I just can't believe this," the distraught husband said.

    The detective said, "What's not to believe? It's right up there on the screen!"

    The husband replied, "I can't believe that my wife could be so much fun!"
  • Speed Camera

    A man drove past a traffic camera and saw it flash. He couldn't believe he had been caught speeding when he was driving below the speed limit for once!

    He turned around and drove past again, this time even slower. But as he passed the camera, it flashed again. He was angry!

    He turned around again and this time drove past at a snail's pace. But again, the camera flashed.

    "Oh, well," he thought. "It must be broken." and drove home. A week later, he received three tickets in the mail for not wearing his seatbelt!
  • That's Chutzpah!

    Becky was the manager of a jewelry store that catered to the rich of the rich in Boca Raton. She was seeking a qualified person to fill the recently vacant position of salesperson.

    Sarah, an outspoken older woman, comes in to interview for the position. Becky looks at Sarah's resume and notices that Sarah has never worked in jewelry before.

    "If you don't mind my saying so, for someone who has never worked in jewelry you certainly are asking a pretty high salary. That's chutzpah, wouldn't you say?!?" asks Becky.

    Sarah thinks for a moment. "Well, I suppose I am," replies Sarah, "but you must understand, the work is so much harder when you don't know what you are doing."
  • Health is Better Than Wealth

    Morris had died. His lawyer is standing before the family and reads out Morris' Last Will and Testament.
    "To my dear wife Esther, I leave the house, 150 acres of land, and 1 million dollars.

    To my son Barry, I leave my Big Lexus and the new Jaguar.

    To my daughter Shirley, I leave my yacht and $250,000.
    And to my brother-in-law Aaron, who always insisted that health is better than wealth, I leave my treadmill."