Funniest Joke Ever

I was 19 and coping with pain and nausea since our wedding for two weeks before Hubby took me to the emergency room and I was admitted for Honeymoon Appendicitis.  It is just like regular Appendicitis, but it coincides with your honeymoon, possibly because of stress.

Once I was allowed to get out of bed and walk around, I sat in the lounge area that overlooked a parking lot where I could see my bother and sister who were underage for visiting in the hospital.  After waving at me, I sat down with my parents, and watched my brother and sister playing around the fire hydrant.

“What are they doing,”  I asked.

“They are trying to unscrew the fire hydrant,”  said Dad.

I thought that was funny, and laughed, which wasn’t a good idea.  I could just imagine the water shooting up into the air like in a cartoon.  To calm me down, Dad said,  “That’s not funny.”  By the way I was laughing, I obviously disagreed.  Imagining the water shooting high into the air after my brother and sister unscrewed a fire hydrant was very funny, and Dad calmly telling me it wasn’t seemed like the funniest joke yet.  The more Dad tried to calm me down, the more amused I was.  I laughed so hard I cried, while holding a pillow against my stomach to keep from popping my stitches.

Finally Hubby took me back to my room, and let me calm down.  Thanks to that appendectomy I got an entire month off before I was allowed to go back to work.  That was the good old days.  I doubt you would get so much time off today.

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  1. …and there was your siblings, high on top of the shooting water, like in the cartoons. Had to share my vision of your vision. 🙂

    I do not think we are allowed to contract any medical ailments these days in the work force. Not if you intend on keeping your job.
    ren

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