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A successful businessman had an Italian mistress on the sly. He supported her for about 5 years when she told him she was pregnant. Not wanting problems with his wife and family, he told her if she would go back to Italy and have the baby, he would support the two of them as long as she stayed in Italy. So she agreed to do this, but wanted to know how she was supposed to let him know when the baby as born. He told her to send a letter with the word "spaghetti" written on a sheet of paper and he would know the baby had been born and he would start support payments.

About 9 months later the fellow came home from work and his wife said he had a letter from Italy. He took the letter, read it and promptly turned white and fainted. His wife picked up the letter and read.... spaghetti, spaghetti, spaghetti, spaghetti, spaghetti. Three with meatballs and two without. Send more sauce.
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Thank you. I shared this joke with my 83 year old mother and she laughed until she had tears in her eyes!

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Now that there, is funny.

There is a very fine line between a "hobby" and a "mental illness"
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George was asked to give a talk at his lodge meeting and decided to speak on sex in marriage.When arrived home that night his wife asked him what he spoke on and, being afraid of her reaction, said he had talked about his experiences as a flyer.

The next day George's wife was stopped by a woman who's husband was a lodge member. "That was some talk your husband gave last night. He must be quite an expert."

"Oh, I wouldn't say that," replied the speakers wife. "He has only done it twice. The first time he lost his hat and the second time he got sick to his stomach."
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A successful businessman had an Italian mistress on the sly. He supported her for about 5 years when she told him she was pregnant. Not wanting problems with his wife and family, he told her if she would go back to Italy and have the baby, he would support the two of them as long as she stayed in Italy. So she agreed to do this, but wanted to know how she was supposed to let him know when the baby as born. He told her to send a letter with the word "spaghetti" written on a sheet of paper and he would know the baby had been born and he would start support payments.

About 9 months later the fellow came home from work and his wife said he had a letter from Italy. He took the letter, read it and promptly turned white and fainted. His wife picked up the letter and read.... spaghetti, spaghetti, spaghetti, spaghetti, spaghetti. Three with meatballs and two without. Send more sauce.
I chuckled. Good one.

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