A bikers tale
A young man had always dreamed of owning a Harley-Davidson. Finally he
had saved up enough money, so he went down to the dealer. After picking out
the perfect bike, the dealer warned him that if he leaves his Harley in the
rain, the chrome has a tendency to rust. He told the young man an old
biker's trick is to keep a jar of Vaseline handy and smear it on the chrome
if the bike must be left out in the rain. A few months later, the young man
met a woman and fell in love. She asked him to come home and meet her
parents over dinner. He readily agreed and the date was set. At the
appointed time, he picked her up on his Harley and they rode to her parents
Before they went in, she told him that they had a family tradition:
whoever speaks first after dinner must do the dishes. After a delicious
dinner, everyone sat in silence waiting for the first person to break and
get stuck doing the dishes. After a long fifteen minutes, the young man
decided to speed things up, so he reached over and kissed the woman in
front of her family. And no one said a word...! Next he decided to take a
more direct approach, so he threw her onto the table and had sex with her
in front of everyone.
And still no one said a word...!!! Now he was getting desperate, so he
grabbed her mother and threw her onto the table. They had even wilder
sex. But no one said a word...!!!!
By now he was getting very worried and was wondering what to do next,
when he heard thunder in the distance. His first thought was to protect the
chrome on his Harley, so he reached into his pocket and pulled out the
Vaseline.... And the father shouted, "Okay dammit! I'll do the dishes!
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