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Miscellaneous By: attanasio
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This joke really needs to be spoken but I am hoping it works ok written. Maybe if you read it outloud it will help!


Submitted:Nov 28, 2011    Reads: 557    Comments: 7    Likes: 2   


Ok, this joke is going to be difficult to say typing, it is a speaking kind of joke BUT I will endeavor to tell it.

There were two great friends Ollie Oyster and Sam Clam,

They both died on the same day in a car accident.

Ollie Oyster, who had led a good life was taken into heaven.

Sam Clam, was not so lucky, his wild past caught up with him and he was condemned to hell.

One day Ollie Oyster with his harp under his arm approached Saint Peter at the gates of heaven.

He asked if he could get a special pass to visit his old friend in hell.

Saint Peter told Ollie Oyster he could visit hell but had to be back by midnight.

When Ollie Oyster got to hell, he asked around to find where his friend Sam Calm might be.

Finally someone told him that Sam Clam owned a wild discotheque (disco) club.

Ollie Oyster made his way to Sam Clams disco and found his old friend and was having a great visit.

He looked at the clock 11:50 pm he barely had time to get back to heaven, he ran all the way to the gates where Saint Peter was waiting.

He stopped, looked at Saint Peter and promptly said, "wait!! I have to go back"

Saint Peter asked him why and he replied, "I left my harp in Sam Clams disco"

Ok…. Are you laughing?

Did you at least go DUH?

Try saying the last 8 words again, listening to how it sounds.

Try singing the last 8 words!

To the tune of:

I left my heart in San Francisco, by Tony Bennett

Well, I did warn it was a vocal joke so you could exaggerate the ending

Not sure if Dibbledabble has ever heard the song, but he does have a vast knowledge of music judging from his blues poem.





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