Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Jimmy The Aboriginal

A very rich man living in Darwin decided that he wanted to throw a party and invited all of his buddies and neighbours. He also invited Jimmy, the only aboriginal in the neighbourhood.

He held the party around the pool in the backyard of his mansion. Everyone was having a good time drinking, dancing, eating Prawns and oysters at the BBQ and flirting.

At the height of the party, the host said, "I have a 15ft man-eating crocodile in my pool and I'll give a million dollars to anyone who has the balls to jump in." The words were barely out of his mouth when there was a loud splash and everyone turned around and saw Jimmy in the pool!

Jimmy was fighting the croc and kicking its ass! Jimmy was jabbing the croc in the eyes with his thumbs, throwing punches, doing all kinds of sh!t, like head butts and chokeholds, biting the croc on the tail and flipping the croc through the air like some kind of judo instructor.

The water was churning and splashing everywhere. Both Jimmy and the croc were screaming and raising hell.

Finally Jimmy strangled the croc and let it float to the top like a K-mart goldfish. Jimmy then slowly climbed out of the pool. Everybody was just staring at him in disbelief.

Finally the host says, "Well, Jimmy, I reckon I owe you a million dollars." "Nah, you all right, I don't want it," said Jimmy.

The rich man said, "Man, I have to give you something. You won the bet.", "How about half a million bucks then?" "No thanks. I don't want it," answered Jimmy.

The host said, "Come on, I insist on giving you something. That was amazing. How about a new Porsche and a Rolex and some stock options?" Again Jimmy said no.

Confused, the rich man asked, "Well Jimmy, then what do you want?"

And Jimmy said, "I just want the name of the @$%&*# who pushed me in the pool."
Tags: Jokes, Funny, Humour



Blogger sollee said...

nice one has some truth in it..."we just have to conquer our fear in order to accomplish some great things"

07 November, 2007 16:44  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

yeah, on certain extent it's true but being pushed into something that's hard and unprepared could be detrimental

08 November, 2007 04:43  

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