Fwd: FW: A repeat?

date: Mon, Dec 1, 2014 at 4:11 PM
subject: Fwd: FW: A repeat?

A professor at Auburn University was giving a lecture on Paranormal Studies.
To get a feel for his audience, he asks, 'How many people here believe in ghosts?'
About 90 students raise their hands.
Well, that's a good start. Out of those who believe in ghosts, do any of you think you  have seen a ghost?'
About 40 students raise their hands.
That's really good. I'm really glad you take this seriously. Has anyone here ever talked to a ghost?'
About 15 students raise their hand.
Has anyone here ever touched a ghost?'
Three students raise their hands.
That's fantastic. Now let me ask you one question further...Have any of you ever made love to a ghost?'
Way in the back, Ahmed raises his hand.
The professor takes off his glasses and says 'Son, all the years I've been giving this lecture, no one has ever claimed to have made love to a ghost.  You've got to come up here and tell us about your experience.'
The Middle Eastern student replied with a nod and a grin, and began to make his way up to the podium.
When he reached the front of the room, the professor asks, 'So, Ahmed, tell us what it's like to have sex with a ghost?'
Ahmed replied, "Shit, from way back there I thought you said goats.


gruaud said...

Jon Stewart is wondering.


ferschitz said...

From beginning to end, this joke is dull, boring, stupid & pointless.

Agree with Jon Stewart. Conservatives appear to be really reeeaaaccchiing with this one to come up with some way to discuss sex with animals.

Project, much?

Mike Hawk said...

War Damn Eagle!!!!! ;-)

Anonymous said...

And it's not even original. I heard that joke decades ago, except it was a farm boy that responded to 'goats.' All this did was turn a stupid joke into a racist one.

Schitzengiggles said...

Yeah, RWD's are not known for their originality. Same tired jokes targeting minorities, same straw men, false equivalency and correlation/causation fallacies in every forward.

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