Squaw Rivalry

Discussion in 'Open Mic' started by limbkiller, May 21, 2019.

  1. limbkiller

    limbkiller Pulling my hair. Supporting Addict

    Aug 18, 2011
    It seems there was this Indian chief who became tired of his wife of many years, and decided to get
    himself a couple of new trophy wives. (He was the chief, after all). His old
    wife was not very happy with the new additions to the household, but could do
    little about it.

    Presently both of the new wives became pregnant, and, somewhat
    surprisedly, so did the old wife. When her time was due, one of the young wives
    lay down on a buffalo hide and brought forth a fine healthy son, bringing her
    husband great joy. A few days later, the second young wife lay down on a moose
    hide, and she too bore a healthy baby boy. But the old wife was not to be
    outdone.

    Only a week later, she lay down upon a hippopotamus hide and delivered
    twin sons, fine and healthy!

    "So, what does this prove?" you ask. It proves,
    one again, that the squaw of the hippopotamus is equal to the sons of the squaws
    of the other two hides.
     
  2. ZoidMeister

    ZoidMeister Consider my signature line before replying . . . .

    Dec 4, 2014
    An dey say hillbillies cain't cypher . . . . :roflmaro:
     

  3. DSTallguy

    DSTallguy Well-Known Member Supporting Addict

    Sep 13, 2017
    Bad math jokes...great for the engineering department today! Thanks!
     
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  4. isialk

    isialk Well-Known Member Supporting Addict

    Jan 7, 2017
    I always wondered how ole Pythagoras came up with that particular theorem!


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  5. ZoidMeister

    ZoidMeister Consider my signature line before replying . . . .

    Dec 4, 2014
    Ah yes, Pythagoras - distant cousin of Pocahontas from the Isosceles Tribe of Northern Winnebago.

    Their downfall was transversing the great plains in parallel lines being led by the Great Chief Rhombus. His incongruent stride led them right into the camp of the Trapezoid's, some of my distant ancestors.

    Maybe @Scaramouche will write of them someday . . . .
     
  6. gps man

    gps man Well-Known Member

    Nov 7, 2015
    I didn’t know you were related to the Trapezoids....
     
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  7. ZoidMeister

    ZoidMeister Consider my signature line before replying . . . .

    Dec 4, 2014
    It's an acute relationship . . . .
     
  8. isialk

    isialk Well-Known Member Supporting Addict

    Jan 7, 2017
    If anyone can clarify and document it mouche can. Photos please!


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  9. gps man

    gps man Well-Known Member

    Nov 7, 2015
    And still more geometric jokes....
     
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  10. ZoidMeister

    ZoidMeister Consider my signature line before replying . . . .

    Dec 4, 2014
    There seems to be no end to the obtuse from the gray matter matrix of the Zoid . . . . to infinity and beyond . . .

    Just remember, @limbkiller started it all with his point source origin reference to the squaw of the hippopotamus . . . which brings us full circle.

    Can I get a groan?
     
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  11. TheCollector

    TheCollector Well-Known Member

    Aug 25, 2018
    Zoid... In the area of your full circle humor. It is so shallow...... please no mas
     
  12. ZoidMeister

    ZoidMeister Consider my signature line before replying . . . .

    Dec 4, 2014

    Wouldn't that be, "zero mass?"

    Weightlessness, I can only dream . . . .

    By the way, with regard to the area of my full circle humor: in my kitchen, the pie are square(d).
     
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  13. joerockhead

    joerockhead "BOURBON" It's not just for Breakfast anymore ! Supporting Addict

    Oct 12, 2011
    That joke is inversely proportional to the sum of the whole ..:cool:
     
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  14. TheCollector

    TheCollector Well-Known Member

    Aug 25, 2018
    comments on this thread just don't add up.
     
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  15. ZoidMeister

    ZoidMeister Consider my signature line before replying . . . .

    Dec 4, 2014

     
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  16. TheCollector

    TheCollector Well-Known Member

    Aug 25, 2018
  17. july19

    july19 Womb? Weary? He rests. He has travelled. Supporting Addict

    Sep 16, 2013
    It’s much more dangerous to cross the plains in a Mobius Loop.
     
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