LOL!? ! Then again, he’d have to. There’s no room in there for ahh,err……… sleeping! ?
“I’ll tuck her in myself, Mrs. Higgins.”
Just from the pose of those two, it looks like they are ready to go, no mattresses involved.
“In fact, she’s just getting into the bathtub now.”
HA! Good one!
“I can’t help it. The gas pedal got stuck!”.
Two reasons why I don’t drive my girlfriend around in my Porsche:
Haha. In WHOSE bed before midnight?
A man hires a handyman to paint his porch. He comes back and finds his Porsche painted.
And then there’s the one about the pampered pooch driving a Porsche……
What a smooth character. Has a James Bond vibe to it!
A lot of owners in a nutshell
When you lease a car just for the looks
The opposite joke is captioned “look, there is a spare engine back here”
Well. If you’re not talking about a Macan
The intended story behind this picture is obvious, but you can also see it as the women’s counterpart to this classic:
HA! Equally true for a Porsche OR a Ferrari like that one. 😉
Many years ago we decided to have a new porch built onto our house. Our third grade daughter caused some confusion at school when she told her friends and teacher that we were getting a new Porsche.
What’s the difference between a Porsche and a porcupine?
The pricks are on the outside of a porcupine!
Mind you I saw a Tesla the other day that fit that bill too. Probably the new punchline to that joke.
One day, a 17 year old blonde girl needed to make money to start paying college tuition, and started asking what to do to neighbors. One of them said “I need to get my porch painted”.
She said “Sure”.
The following day she showed up with paint and a paintbrush. 3 hours later she says:
“Sir. It’s done. There was even leftover paint to do it again! It’s $40.”
The neighbor says:
“Thanks a lot!”
The blonde grabs the cash, turns back and says:
“Oh, and by the way, it’s not a Porsche, it’s an Audi A4”
Don, can you tell us what magazine / year / month this came out of? I would love to get an original of this ad. Thanks!!
Nice 1950s vibe. I like to see people getting dressed up when they go out. It’s a reminder of how far our standards of dress have been lowered. As I mentioned yesterday, I now like the the 356 more than the 911.
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