Chamblee54

UPS Delivers

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on February 16, 2010


A woman and man went to the hospital for the delivery of their first child. The doctor mentioned that they were doing some experimental work with pain and wondered if they may be interested.
The man who was always into something new answered, “Sure.”

“I have invented a machine that transfers the pain from the mother of the baby to the father”. The wife was a little skeptical but the guy was all in. He actually didn’t think childbirth was as painful as most women claimed. The doctor hooked the woman up

“I will set the pain level at 5%. Most men can’t stand more then 10%. Any thing past that and they tend to pass out.”

The young man trying to impress his wife said, “Go ahead and start me at 10% Doc. I can handle it.” The doctor dialed it to 10%. The man didn’t flinch. He was so amazed that he dialed it to 20%, “How about that young man?” The man answered, “Nothing to it dial it on up.”

The woman thought this was a great idea also. She was only feeling pressure and none of the pain everyone had warned her about.

The doctor kept dialing the pain level to he had reached 80%. The man smiled and said “Real men can take a little pain. Give me all of it”.

“ Honey I told you it wasn’t any thing to having a baby.” The woman was very relaxed and delivered the baby without a grunt.

Two hours later the doctor was so flabbergasted that he told the happy couple to go home and pick their baby up first thing the next day.

Now I remind you of line 4. “I have invented a machine that transfers the pain from the mother of the baby to the father.”

When the couple got home, the man was helping his wife out of the car when he spotted the UPS man on their front porch. The poor guy was foaming at the mouth. The man ran to the porch in time to see the poor guy go through the final convulsion that would end his life.

Happy Mardi Gras. Thank you Gartalker for the story. Pictures are from ” Special Collections and Archives,Georgia State University Library”.

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  1. gary Simmons said, on February 16, 2010 at 11:46 am

    Use any thing any time friend.

    gary


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