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One Saturday morning, Glen decided to go fishing. He sat there for hours, but nothing. The bottle of whiskey that he'ld took with him, was also empty.He threw the empty bottle against a nearby rock and it smashed into many pieces.



All of a sudden, there was something on the hook. He pulled the fish out of the water. The only fish for the day so far. The fish was so small, Glen decided to throw it back. The little fish was so exited, to such an extend,that it decided to give Glen one wish. He asked the little fish for some more whiskey. The fish said," Allright then, when you're urinating, it will be pure whiskey." So Glen sat there, and wonder, can this really be? Glen took a glass and urinated in it. It was pure, pure whiskey. A while later, a woman, who was standing nearby, comes to him and asks, "sir are you alright? I saw you drinking your own pee. "no", said Glen, "it's whiskey".



The women laughed. He urinate into the glass, and gave it to her. She couldn't believe it. So they sat there almost for the rest of the day, drinking whiskey.



After about the seventh double, she asks Glen for another one. He looked her in the eye, throws the glass into pieces against the rocks and said "What about drinking out of the bottle ?"




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I was going to congratulate you on your new pinkness, Dave.


So I will - congratulations.



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