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How so?

I see nothing wrong with the joke?

It's considered a dirty or off color joke. And I belive you have to be and adult to be on this site. So if the joke bothers you, what was the point of replying to the thread? Just so other's would know you don't approve of someone else's humor? A waste of time I would presume.

Either way, I'll post a joke my grandfather told me back when I was in middle school. I found it amusing, as I hope you will.


Daryl Johnston and Barry Coleman were friends since they were small children. Daryl was always doing something artsy while Barry was the rough and tumble boy, always, scraping a knee or coming home covered in dirt. As they grew up together, they attended the same schools. They got to watch each age and become young men. Daryl watched Barry get married and have children and join the Army. Barry got to watch Daryl go through two marriages and several girlfriends.

As they started to grow into middle age, Barry's kids were growing up and Daryl had entered a musical career writing music for various performers. Daryl became very famous through his middle and finally found a wife. He married, but never had any kids as he saw Barry and his children quite often. On their off time through their life, they spent it in a cecmetary local to them. In it, towards the far east end, there was an ancient oak tree. They had climbed it several times in their childhood, had picnics with their friends, and even made out under the tree. Barry even broke his arm falling out of it when they were 10.

As their life started to head for the golden years, Barry's wife passed and his kids were grown, leaving the old man alone with Daryl. Daryl had gotten divorced again and his music career bloomed even more so in his older age. On an evening out, Barry and Daryl went to go see one of the plays that Daryl had written the musical score to. It was a marvelous sound and sight. Barry never knew how well Daryl wrote music.

After the show, they stopped for coffee at a local shop and talked about the play. While drinking their coffee, Daryl suddenly gripped his chest and started to complain about sharp pain and his left arm going numb. The ambulance was called and rushed Daryl and Barry to the hospital. Daryl spent a few hours in the hospital, bed ridden and in a very weak state. Barry held his hand and they talked about everything. Daryl told Barry that the play had been written and composed for Barry as a tribute to his best friend.

Barry cried for the first time in decades, not only for the honor and kindness bestowed from Daryl, but also for Daryl. Shortly after, Daryl had passed with tears in his eyes and a smile on his face.

Two days from Daryl's death, Barry had arranged to have Daryl buried under the great oak that they had spent so much time under. Daryl's wives, some of his illigetiment children, Barry, Barry's children, and several others attended the funeral. There was even some minor media coverage of the famous composer. A small quartet played a small piece of music that Daryl had written years past as they lowered him into the ground.

After the funeral, Barry sat by the grave for a few hours saying good bye to his dearest friend. He recited a poem that he had written and meant to share with Daryl, but it had been too late. Barry laid his white lilies on the ground neard the headstone and headed home.

Barry came back several time over the next few weeks to sit under the tree and talk with his friend. Barry had started drinking and his life started to decline and he only felt comfortable talking to Daryl's grave.

One afternoon, while Barry was rambling about some lady in the bar the night before, he heard an odd noise coming from near Daryl's headstone. Thinking he'd gone mad, he got closer to the headstone. There! There was that noise again. Barry sat back, thinking that he'd lost it. Looking about, he saw the cemetery ground's keeper digging out a soon to be filled plot. Barry rushed over to him and explained what had just transpired.

The ground's keep came out of the fresh grave and came to listen to the noisy headstone. Leaning down and placing an ear on the ground, the ground's keeper chuckled. Barry looking at him as if he had gone mad anxiously asked what he had heard. He told him that he had heard something like music, but he couldn't being to think a dead man was making any noise. Barry leaned down then to listen to the strange noise. Barry listened for sometime. It sounded oddly familiar. Looking back up to the ground's keeper, he said it indeed sounded like music, but backwards of all things.

At that point, the ground's keeper looked at the headstone and read Daryl's name from it. He asked Barry if this was the famous music writer that was locally born. Barry nodded, his eyes wide and bloodshot. The ground's keeper slapped his knee and laughed hardily. "Fear not, my friend." He stated. "He just decomposing!"


:D Now, that's a good one.



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Just received this and found it quite punny (pun intended). Thought I would share
Arff!
Funny! thanks for the laugh
herherher!corny!
i guess i dont have a sense of humor, because i didnt even find that even close 2 being
It's funny.
:?
jokes funnei!!! post more eh? :lol:
Well, for someone who can't spell cannabis, it's hard to imagine you would. By
i can spell cannabis plus sativa.... i even burn 'em.... :lol: :idea:

Nidae213 posted "How so? I see nothing wrong with the joke? It's considered a dirty or off" on 11/01/2006

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