KaiGywer From United States of America, joined Oct 2003, 12022 posts, RR: 43 Reply 7, posted (7 years 2 weeks 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 625 times:
There once was a couple of newlyweds named John and Wendy. John told his wife Wendy that he wanted a tattoo! Wendy agreed and said that would be ok. John did not know what the tattoo should say or where he would put it. So Wendy said, "Well, if you REALLY loved me, you would get my name tattooed on your pecker."
John couldn't back out on that one, so he went to the tattoo parlor. The tattoo artist told him that he needed to have an erection while he put it on. After an hour of excruciating pain, the tattoo was done.
As John was on his way home from the tattoo parlor he saw a rest stop and decided he needed to stop and take a leak. He went to the restroom and looked down to admire his tattoo and he noticed, that when he was not erect, the only letters that were visible, were the W and the Y.
Suddenly, a big black gentleman steps into the urinal beside John and John accidentally looked down at the guy and could not help but notice that he ALSO had the letters W and Y tattooed.
So John said "Hey, I guess you have a girlfriend or wife named Wendy too."
The guys looked confused and said, "What makes you think that?"
John replied "Well I noticed the W and the Y tattoo -- so you don't have a girlfriend named Wendy?"
The black guys laughed and responded, "No mon, that tattoo says, "Welcome to Jamaica! Have a nice day."
DeltaGuy From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Reply 8, posted (7 years 2 weeks 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 616 times:
When the last Delta L-1011 was about to take its final flight on July 31, 2001 from MCO-ATL, there were a lot of DL employees and aviation fans on the flight. Probably made up about 65% of the load. There were lots of the passengers in the gate area, boasting that THEY were the biggest L-1011 fans out there. Well, there was one guy who wore a ballcap that said L-1011 and had L-10 pins all over it. He said that he was the biggest fan. Someone asked him to prove it. He rolled up his sleeve and right there on his bicep was the Tristar eagle logo and L-1011 tattooed under it, all done in orange like on the original prototype. Very well done, too. At that point, everyone just chilled out and conceded that he was the biggest L-1011 Tristar fan out there.