(Your recent joke about the woman who told her husband "no" because she had a Gyn. appointment the next day reminded me of this joke. I heard it from Doug Petty at the University of Missouri-Columbia. I don't know where he heard it.) It seems that there was a man who was told by his doctor that, due to an extremely rare and incurable disease, he would not live out the night. However, he could go home and spend his last few hours on this earth as he chose. Naturally, the man was extremely despondent. He went home and told his wife about the doctor's diagnosis. After her initial horror, she fixed him his favorite meal and they enjoyed a very pleasant evening together. When they went to bed, they proceeded to engage in a very spirited bout of lovemaking. Afterwards, his wife rolled over and went to sleep. He found that he couldn't sleep because of his impending demise. After an hour or so of tossing and turning, he woke his wife and persuaded her that they should make love again. Afterwards, even though he was exhausted, he still couldn't sleep. And so, an hour later, he woke his wife again. When the man woke his wife for the third time, she peered at him groggily and said, "Aw, come on honey, not again. I have to get up in the morning and you don't."
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