Nurse: Where are your hives?
Beekeeper: Down the road a few miles on my in-laws farm.
Nurse: [Gives beekeeper funny look then begins to laugh.] No I mean your hives.
Beekeeper: [Flushing with emberassment.] Oh, on my legs, chest, and neck.
Two woman are driving in a car.
Woman 1: Oh, did you hear? The construction on that overpass has been halted because they found underground mines at the construction site.
Woman 2: Mines! From what, who? The Michigan militia?
Woman 1: Um, no. Like old iron mines.
Woman 2: Oh...I thought you meant land mines...
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It Puts the Words on the Page or it Gets the Hose Again.
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