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    Tree Hugger

    While walking through a park in Omaha,Nebraska, a man came upon another man hugging a tree with his ear firmly against the tree.

    Seeing this he inquired, "Just out of curiosity, what the heck are you doing?"

    "I'm listening to the music of the tree," the other man replied.

    "You gotta be kiddin' me."

    "No, would you like to give it a try?"

    Understandably curious, the man says, "Well, OK..." So he wrapped his arms around the tree and pressed his ear up against it.

    With this, the other guy slapped a pair of handcuffs on him, took his wallet, jewelry, car keys, then stripped him naked and left.

    Two hours later another nature lover strolled by, saw this guy handcuffed to the tree stark naked, and asked, "What the heck happened to you?"

    He told the guy the whole terrible story about how he got there.

    When he finished telling his story, the other guy shook his head in sympathy, walked around behind him, kissed him gently behind the ear and said, "This just ain't gonna be your day, cupcake..."
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    Re: Tree Hugger

    I, for one, appreciate you relaying your personal experiences on this forum, Cebby. Thanks.

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    Re: Tree Hugger

    But I was the first guy... really I was...
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    Re: Tree Hugger

    soooooo how long did you have the cuffs on for??
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    Re: Tree Hugger

    I'll bet that was embarrasing...
    If it wasn't for the last minute I wouldn't get anything done

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    Cebby, that's the best one I've heard in awhile. Sorry it happened to you.

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    Re: Tree Hugger

    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2xs
    soooooo how long did you have the cuffs on for??
    You're implying they've been removed already, cupcake...
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    Re: Tree Hugger

    What do you call a hooker with a runny nose?
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