Marty's Joke of the Day

Marty's Joke of the day is an internet column that I've written for more than 5 years.
I tell humorous stories about my "sweet wife" and raising our 4 young sons, named #1, #2, #3, and #4.
After 5 years of story telling, in August of 2005, doctors found a brain tumor in son #4.
Our focus here has changed little as we still try to find humor in our lives.

Thursday, August 03, 2006

8/3 - Wheely Farm Machines

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Just a quick little story tonight. After traveling all day to
Manti and back, it was time for our company summer party. (It’s
been a long day.) I was running late, so I met my sweet wife and
the boys at the party. It was at the same place it’s been for the
last several years, Wheeler Farm.

Anyway, when my told son #4 that we were going to Wheeler Farm,
she said he kept calling in Farm Wheels.

At least he didn’t swear about it... (No, actually he’s 99.9%

Enjoy today’s Jokes!


A woman, on meeting a psychologist at a party, made a pitch for
some free professional advice. "What kind of toy would you suggest
giving a little boy on his third birthday?" she asked. "First I'd
have to know more about the child," the psychologist hedged.
The woman took a deep breath. "He's very bright and quick-witted
and exceptionally advanced for his age," she said. "He has good
coordination, expresses himself very well..." "Oh, I see," the
psychologist said, "It's YOUR child!"


While touring the University with some college-bound friends, I
saw an advertisement that summed up the pre-college anxieties we
were all feeling. Posted in a campus restaurant was this sign for
a credit-card company: "Accepted at more colleges than you were."


One of the British national daily newspapers is asking readers
"what it means to be British?" Some of the emails are hilarious
but this is one from a chap in Switzerland.

"Being British is about driving in a German car to an Irish pub
for a Belgian beer, then traveling home, grabbing an Indian curry
or a Turkish kebab on the way, to sit on Swedish furniture and
watch American shows on a Japanese TV. And the most British thing
of all? "Suspicion of anything foreign."


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