Tater…A Joke


So…I got a new pair of black Speedos this past weekend. I had lost some weight, and felt better about myself. I’m not stomped down good-looking, but I have a bright manly aura….

On this sunny day, I went down to the beach and saw a friend of mine already there. He was lounging back in his soccer mom chair holding court…surrounded by several bikini clad vixens!

I asked my buddy how in the hell was his fat ass surrounded by so many beautiful girls.

“Ancient Chinese secret” he laughed…”I take a potato…and shove it into my trunks and they come a running”!

I guffawed…I snorted…I was unimpressed. Then, I retorted, “Hell, That’s no secret…I’ tried that a month ago…but when I did it, they avoided me like the plague and threw sand and shells at me, some even pushed their children behind them!”

My friend said “Yeah…well I saw that too…But did you ever think that it’d probably work better if you put the tater in the front of your trunks?”


About treyzguy

I am so full of self-confidence and crap that I would worship myself against my own will.... Under penalty of death.

9 comments on “Tater…A Joke

  1. This is too funny. I just laughed out my coffee!

  2. That was funny and surprising. You really keep us guessing on the punchlines.

  3. Terrible but a good read with an unexpected finish.

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