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Peter's Humor?
By Peter Muller, V.P., C.A.S.H.

A hunter who works as a traffic cop pulls over a fellow hunter and asks him for his license. The hunter rummages around the glove compartment but comes up empty. The traffic cop asks him if he can identify himself. The hunter looks all over, pulls down the visor; flips open the mirror and ruefully admits, “All I have is this picture of myself.” The traffic cop looks at it and smiles, “Why didn’t you tell me you were a cop? Just take it a little easy on the gas—ok; you can go now!”

A hunter is trying to hunt on private property behind a house whose owners, he happens to know, are out of town that day. He starts sneaking across the lawn when he hears a voice - “Jesus is watching you!” He jumps, turns around, but he doesn’t see anything. So he starts creeping across the lawn again. “Jesus is watching you!” He hears it again. So now the hunter is really looking around, and he sees a parrot in a cage by the side of the house. He says to the parrot, “Did you say that?” The parrot answers “Yes I did.” So the hunter asks, “What’s your name?” The parrot says “Clarence.” The hunter says “What kind of stupid idiot would name his parrot Clarence?” The parrot laughs and says, “The same stupid idiot that named his Rottweiler “Jesus”.


Here are some quickies:

Q: What are the six worst years in a hunter’s life?

A: Third Grade


Q: Santa Clause, a smart hunter, and a dumb hunter are walking down the street. They see a ten dollar bill on the sidewalk at the same time. Who gets it?

A: The dumb hunter because the other two are fictional characters

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