Once upon a time, an old blind cowboy wandered into an all-girl biker bar completely by accident. He found his way to a barstool and ordered a shot of Jack Daniels. As he sat there, enjoying his drink, he suddenly yelled out to the bartender, “Hey, you wanna hear a blonde joke?”
The entire bar fell silent. The women’s eyes were fixed on the blind cowboy, waiting to hear what he had to say. Then, in a deep and husky voice, a woman sitting beside him said, “Before you tell that joke, Cowboy, I think it’s only fair that you know a few things. Since you’re blind, here are five important facts for you to consider:
- The bartender is a blonde girl, and she happens to have a baseball bat.
- The bouncer at the door is also a blonde girl, and she carries a ‘Billy-Club’.
- I am a 6-foot tall, 175-pound blonde woman, and I hold a black belt in karate.
- The woman sitting next to me is a blonde as well, and she happens to be a professional weightlifter.
- And finally, the lady to your right, she’s blonde too, and she’s a professional wrestler.”
The blind cowboy paused for a moment, contemplating what he had just heard. He then shook his head and muttered, “No… not if I’m gonna have to explain it five times.”
Even in the face of potential danger, the blind cowboy showed wisdom and decided against telling his blonde joke. His quick thinking and self-awareness saved him from any unintended consequences.
This amusing story reminds us that it’s crucial to consider our surroundings and the people around us before jumping into a joke. It teaches us to be mindful and sensitive to our audience, even if we can’t see them.
So, next time you’re about to share a joke, take a moment to think about who you’re telling it to. You never know what surprises might await you!