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Old June 14th, 2013, 12:48 PM
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Re: Jokes

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Originally Posted by Rakhi View Post
forwarded by a friend of mine:

Letter written by a husband to his friend seeking advice.
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Dear Abby,

I've never written to you before, but I really need your advice. I have suspected for some time now that my wife has been cheating on me.

The usual signs......... phone rings but if I answer, the caller hangs up. My wife has been going out with the girls a lot recently although when I ask their names she always says, "Just some friends from work, you don't know them."

I always try to stay awake to look out for her coming home, but I usually fall asleep. Anyway, I have never approached the subject with my wife. I think deep down I just didn't want to know the truth, but last night she went out again and I decided to really check on her.

Around midnight, I decided to hide in the garage behind my motor cycle so I could get a good view of the whole street when she arrived home from a night out with "the girls". It was at that moment, crouching behind my motor cycle, that I noticed that the tube from the petrol tank to the carburettor is not fixed tightly and petrol was slightly leaking from the petrol tank.

Is this something I can fix myself or should I take it to the mechanic shop to set it right?

Regards,
Tom
this is an old spoof of those advice columns in newspapers.. like agony aunt.. where the person asking the question is addressed by Agony Aunt as "messed up John" or "poor hubbie".

I recall the reply to this was in proper mechanic terms listing steps..
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