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Cabelas Joke

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A woman goes into Cabela's to buy a rod and reel for her grandson's

birthday. She doesn't know which one to get so she just grabs one and

goes over to the counter.

A Cabela's associate is standing there wearing dark shades. She

says, 'Excuse me, sir. Can you tell me anything about this rod and

reel?'

He says, 'Ma'am, I'm completely blind; but if you'll drop it on the

counter, I can tell you everything from the sound it makes.' She doesn't

believe him but drops it on the counter anyway.

He says, 'That's a six-foot Shakespeare graphite rod with a Zebco 404

reel and 10-LB. Test line. It's a good all around combination; and it's

on sale this week for only $20.00.'

She says, 'It's amazing that you can tell all that just by the sound of

it dropping on the counter. I'll take it!' As she opens her purse, her

credit card drops on the floor.

'Oh, that sounds like a Master Card,' he says.

She bends down to pick it up and accidentally farts. At first she is

really embarrassed, but then realizes there is no way the blind clerk

could tell it was she who tooted. Being blind, he wouldn't know that she

was the only person around.

The man rings up the sale and says, 'That'll be $34.50 please.'

The woman is totally confused by this and asks, 'Didn't you tell me the

rod and reel were on sale for $20.00? How did you get $34.50?'

He replies,' Yes, Ma'am. The rod and reel is $20.00, but the Duck Call

is $11.00 and the Catfish Bait is $3.50.'

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thats a good'en thanks for the laugh

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