A widower went to a dance and met a woman whom he connected with instantly. Interestingly, the woman also shared the feeling and took it a notch further.
Once, an elderly widower eager to rekindle his social life decided to put on his dancing shoes again. He went on a dance where he met a woman who was also elderly.
The duo hit it off almost immediately and hit the dance floor together. They danced all night to every song played at the occasion and bonded instantly.
After the dance, the widower took his new friend out to grab a coffee, after which he began walking her home. While on their way, the woman who introduced herself as Ruth stared at the widower with a frank expression and said:
“You remind me of my fourth husband.”
Curious, the man asked Ruth how many times she had been married. To that, she replied:
A Woman Went on a Night Out With Her Friends
A married woman who went on a drinking spree with some friends lost track of time. She consumed more alcohol than she anticipated and got busted trying to fool her husband into thinking otherwise.
A group of friends invited a woman for a night out to do some catching up. She honored the invitation with her husband’s permission, but made a promise to return home by midnight.
However, while the friends bonded over shots of margaritas, they lost track of time. The woman overstayed past her return-time, and worse still, drank herself to stupor.
Finally, the group ended their night fest and headed back to their respective homes in a Taxi.
Upon getting home, she attempted sneaking into the house to prevent her husband from noticing her arrival time. However, the alarm clock went off just then to signify 3 a.m.
In her drunken state, the woman knew she had to act fast, so the clock doesn’t prompt her husband to wake up and bust her. The impaired wife came up with a genius idea.
After the clock cuckooed thrice, she imitated the sound nine more times with her voice to round up the cuckoos to twelve. It worked, she thought, as her husband did not wake up after all.
Pleased with herself for covering up her tracks, the woman retired for the night.
The next morning, the woman’s husband asked when she arrived home, and she replied:
“Midnight as promised.”
He did not utter a word after that but continued reading the papers.
Just as the woman congratulated herself for her genius, her husband chipped in:
“I think we might need a new cuckoo clock.”
A bit nervous, the woman asked why, to which he responded:
“Well, last night our clock cuckooed three times, then said: ‘Oh, crap,’ cuckooed four more times, cleared its throat, cuckooed another three times, giggled, cuckooed twice more, then tripped over the coffee table and farted.”