You know who’s mad at Kobe? Every other player in the NBA. You know why? ‘Cause he messed around on his wife and bought her a $4 million ring. Yeah, you know what that means: that’s the new minimum. ‘Cause you know how women are, man. Women get upset: ‘Oh, really, what’s this? A $1 million ring? What — did that bitch get my $3 million, too?’
You’ve been married to the women for 20 years. She don’t use nothing but Dial soap. Her mama uses Dial soap. All seven of her sisters use Dial soap in their seven respective homes. You can go through purse, pocketbook, and find Dial coupons any given time of the day or night. Damn you if you come home smelling like Zest!
I started dating this guy that I’ve known for a long time, and I thought, ‘Oh, this’ll be so great, we’ve been friends for a while,’ until he gave me what he thought was a compliment. He said, ‘Even though you used to be wafer thin and you’re not anymore, I’m still just as attracted to you.’ Oh yeah, he’s a real smooth talker. So naturally, I’m upset about this. I call my best friend Carla, and she goes, ‘You know what — that is such crap because, first of all, you have never been wafer thin.’
A college math professor and his wife are both 60 years old. One evening the wife comes home and finds a note from her husband that says, “My dear, now that you are 60 years old, there are some things you no longer do for me. I am at the Holiday Inn with my 20-year-old student. Don’t bother waiting up for me.”
He returns home late that night to find a note from his wife: “You, my dear, are also 60 years old and there are also things I need that you’re not giving me. So I am at the Motel 6 with one of your 20-year-old students. Being a math professor, I’m sure you know that 20 goes into 60 way more than 60 goes into 20. So, don’t you wait up for me.”