Friday fun: A man survives a plane crash…

A fairly safe joke for this Friday 🙂

A man survives a plane crash in Nepal and starts to wonder to find help and civilisation, but collapses after some hours. He wakes up to find himself in front of a warm fire and wrapped in a blanket.

“Welcome to my home. I found you wondering in the mountains and in need of help. Stay here until you are better,” explained a kindly monk.

After some days of rest, the man wakes one morning and makes finds the monk having some breakfast.

“It is good to see you are well again. You are welcome to stay until you can return to the town. I have only one rule in this house. If you mistreat my daughter, you will face the 3 Chinese Tortures.”

“Hey, you’ve just saved my life. I have no problem following that rule.”

On saying this, the daughter enters the room with breakfast. The man is stunned by how beautiful she is, and immediately understands why the monk made such a comment. That night, the man couldn’t help himself. Not having had sex in some time, and incredibly attracted to the daughter, he made his way to her room and had his wicked way with her.

The next morning, the man awoke to find a large rock resting on his chest, and a note attached to it. It read:

Chinese torture number one. Rock on chest.

The man, confused and befuddled, took the rock and threw it out of the window. On the window was a second note:

Chinese torture number two. Left nut tied to rock.

In mad panic, the man jumped after the rock and landed in a bush. Thanking his lucky stars he read the note, he saw another note on the bush.

Chinese torture number three. Right nut tied to bed.

 

🙂

Add your own in the comments if you want to share a laugh…

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Sukh Pabial

I'm an occupational psychologist by profession and am passionate about all things learning and development, creating holistic learning solutions and using positive psychology in the workforce.

One thought on “Friday fun: A man survives a plane crash…”

  1. Thomas bought a new rifle and, wanting to try it out, he decided to try bear hunting.

    Being from New York, he travelled up to Alaska, tracked a small brown bear and shot it cleanly.

    Pleased with his success, Thomas was taking a photograph when there was a tap on his shoulder, and he turned around to see a big black bear. The bear said, “That was a very bad mistake. That was my cousin. I’m going to give you two choices. Either I maul you to death or we have sex.”

    After considering briefly, Thomas decided to accept the latter alternative. So the black bear had his way with Thomas.

    Even though he felt sore for two weeks, Thomas soon recovered and vowed revenge. He headed out on another trip to Alaska where he found the black bear which had abused him and shot it dead.

    As Thomas made his way down the track, there was a tap on his shoulder. This time a huge grizzly bear stood right next to him. The grizzly said, “That was a big mistake, Thomas. That was my cousin and you’ve got two choices: Either I maul you to death or we have rough sex.”

    Again, Thomas thought it was better to cooperate with the grizzly bear than be mauled to death. So the grizzly had his way with Thomas.

    Although he survived, it took several months before Thomas fully recovered.

    Now Thomas was completely outraged, so he headed back to Alaska and managed to track down the grizzly bear which had so debased him and shot it dead.

    He felt sweet revenge, but then, as he was cutting a trophy from the corpse, there was, once again, a tap on his shoulder.

    Thomas turned around to find a giant polar bear standing there.

    The polar bear looked at him and said, “Admit it Thomas, you don’t come here for the hunting, do you?”

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