|SMELLING WHAT YOU EAT
A blind man walks into a restaurant and sits down. The waiter, who is
also the owner, walks up to the blind man and hands him a menu. "I'm
sorry, Sir, but I am blind and can't read the menu. Just bring me a
dirty fork from a previous customer, I'll smell it and order from
there." A little confused, the owner walks over to the dirty pile and
picks up a greasy fork. he returns to the blind man's table and hands
it to him. The blind man puts the fork to his nose and takes in a
"Ah, yes, that's what I'll have, meatloaf and mashed potatoes."
Unbelievable, the owner says to himself as he walks towards the
kitchen. The cook happens to be the owner's wife and he tells her
what had just happened. The blind man eats his meal and leaves.
Several days later the blind man returns and the owner mistakingly
brings him a menu again. "Sir, remember me? I'm the blind man." "I'm
sorry, I didn't recognize you. I'll go get you a dirty fork." The
owner again retrieves a dirty fork and brings it to the blind man.
After another deep breath, the blind man says, "That smells great,
I'll take the macaroni and cheese with broccoli." Once again walking
away in disbelief, the owner thinks the blind man is screwing around
with him and tells his wife that the next time the blind man comes in
he's going to test him.The blind man eats and leaves.
He returns the following week, but this time the owner see's him
coming and runs to the kitchen.
He tells his wife, "Mary, rub this fork on your panties before I take
it to the blind man." Mary complies and hands her husband the fork
back. As the blind man walks in and sits down, the owner is ready and
waiting. "Good afternoon sir, this time I remembered you and I already
have the fork ready for you." The blind man puts the fork to his nose,
takes a deep whiff and says, "Hey, I didn't know that Mary worked
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The Nursing Home
One evening a family brings their frail, elderly mother to a nursing
home and leaves her, hoping she will be well cared for.
The next morning, the nurses bathe her, feed her a tasty breakfast, and set
her in a chair at a window overlooking a lovely flower garden. She seems OK,
but after a while...