Have a laugh with some blonde jokes, and then some more

Published 12:00 am Friday, June 6, 2008

By Kevin Chiri

A gorgeous young redhead goes into the doctor’s office and said that her body hurt wherever she touched it.

“Impossible!” says the doctor, “Show me.”

The redhead took her finger, pushed on her left shoulder and screamed, then she pushed her elbow and screamed even more.

She pushed her knee and screamed, then took her finger and pushed her ankle, screaming again. Everywhere she touched made her scream.

The doctor said, “You’re not really a redhead, are you?”

“Well, no,” the girl said, “I’m actually a blonde.”

“I thought so,” the doctor said. “Your finger is broken.”

Calling all former Rotary Club members from LaPlace!

The local club is holding a special reunion meeting this Tuesday, June 10 at noon, at Bull’s Corner Restaurant.

Club President Cheryl Millet asked me to mention that the current Rotary Club in LaPlace wants to offer their thanks and appreciation to any former Rotary members, by visiting with them and giving them a free lunch this coming Tuesday.

So if you ever served in the LaPlace Rotary Club, get your schedule straight so you can go to the Tuesday, June 10 meeting at noon. The lunch is free and current Rotary Club members only want to acknowledge all the work and time you put into the club in any past years.

There’s this blonde out for a walk. She comes to a river and sees another blonde on the opposite bank.

“Yoo-hoo!” she shouts, “How can I get to the other side?”

The second blonde looks up the river, then down the river, and shouts back.

“You ARE on the other side.”

It’s still not too late to sign up for the very popular Ed Reed/Valero Golf Classic, which will be held this year on Monday, June 23 at Belle Terre Country Club.

The tournament features Reed, the current standout football player for the Baltimore Ravens in the National Football League. Reed is originally from this area where he graduated from Destrehan High School, and usually gets some of his NFL buddies or other professional athletes to join in the tournament.

I talked with Reed last year at the tournament, and found out more about his “Eye of the Hurricane Foundation,” which is a unique charity that reaches out in many ways, mostly geared at helping young people.

Reed hosts a football camp each year for kids at Destrehan High School, but uses his Foundation as the basis for offering college scholarship money for area student-athletes, while also helping kids attend camps who could not otherwise afford to.

Valero teamed up with Reed to help support this major fundraising golf tournament, joining with him in his attempts to help young people in the area.

The tournament costs $200 per person to enter, $800 per team, and includes a host of great fun activities during the day at the course, as well as plenty of food and drinks.

There will be two tee times, offering golfers a chance to tee off at 7:30 a.m., or at 1 p.m., before the dinner and awards are held that night at 7 p.m.

For more information, whether to sponsor part of the tournament, or to play, call 985-764-4738, or e-mail Cherie Accardo at cherie.accardo@valero.com.

A highway patrolman pulled alongside a speeding car on the freeway.

Glancing at the car, he was astounded to see that the blonde behind the wheel was knitting!

Realizing that the blonde was oblivious to his flashing lights and siren, the trooper cranked down his window, turned on his bullhorn and yelled, “PULL OVER!”

“NO!” the blonde yelled back, “IT’S A SCARF!”

One more on the blonde jokes?

Finally, a girl was visiting her blonde friend, who had acquired two new dogs, so she asked her friend what the names of the dogs were.

The blonde responded by saying that one was named Rolex and one was named Timex.

Her friend said, “Whoever heard of someone naming dogs like that?”

“HELLLOOOOOO,” answered the blond, “They’re watch dogs!”

Kevin Chiri is Publisher of L’Observateur and can be reached at (985) 652-9545 or at kchiri@bellsouth.net