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Of Frogs and Men

A frog hopped into a bank one day to apply for a loan. The teller went to the back and asked the bank manager what to do. The boss said, “Tell the frog to go see Patricia Black at the loan desk.” So she did, and the frog went into Miss Black’s office to fill out the application.

Examining the application, she said, “This says your name is Kermit Jagger, and your nearest kin, your father, is Mick Jagger. Is that correct?”

“Yes, that’s right,” replied the frog.

“Do you have any collateral?”

“I only have this ivory figurine. It’s very valuable.”

Patricia took the application and the figurine and went to the bank manager’s office. “There’s a frog in my office asking for a loan. This little statue is all he has for collateral. What do you think?”

The manager examined the figurine, looked over the application, and replied, “It’s a knick-knack, Patty Black, give the frog a loan. His old man’s a Rolling Stone.”

Posted 2019·04·12 by David Kjos
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