A fleeing Taliban Arab, desperate for water, was plodding through the Afghanistan desert when he saw something far off in the distance.
Hoping to find water, he walked towards the image,only to find a little old Jewish man sitting at a card table with a bunch of neckties laid out on it.
The Arab asked, "I'm dying of thirst, can I have some water?"
The man replied, "I don't have any water, but why don't you buy a tie?
Here's one that goes nicely with your robes."
The Arab shouted, "I don't want a tie, you idiot, I need water!"
"OK, don't buy a tie. But to show you what a nice guy I am, I'll tell you that over that hill there, about four miles, is a nice restaurant. Walk that way; they have all the water you need."
The Arab thanked him and staggered away towards the hill and eventually disappeared.
Three hours later the Arab came crawling back to where the man was sitting behind his card table.
The man said, "I told you, about four miles over that hill. Couldn't you find it?"
The Arab rasped, "I found it all right. Your brother wouldn't let me in without a tie."
So the guy goes out to his car and he looks around for a necktie and discovers that he just doesn't have one. He sees a set of jumper cables in his trunk. In desperation he ties these around his neck, manages to fashion a fairly acceptable looking knot and lets the ends dangle free.
He goes back to the restaurant and the bouncer carefully looks him over for a few minutes and then says,
"Well, OK, I guess you can come in - just don't start anything."
Q. What did the necktie say to the hat?
A. You go on ahead, I'll just hang around.
Man gets a new tie for his birthday, but after a few days takes it back to the shop. The assistant asks him what's wrong with it and the man replies.
"The one end is longer than the other".
Bill Nye RAWKS! Pee Wee Herman is just creepy. *shudder* The bowtie clearly does not make the man. LOL
I invited my husband into our house after our first date after he walked me to the door. I'd never done that before. He stayed for hours and we just talked and talked... and there was a big pile of my Dad's old ties that my mom had put on a table to get rid of and we went through them and laughed hysterically. There had to be 20 years worth of them.
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