Campground Jokes

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    There was a nice lady who was a little old fashioned.
    She was considering a week's vacation in sunny Florida at a
    particular campground, but she wanted to make sure of the
    accommodations first.
    Uppermost in her mind were toilet facilities, but she couldn't
    bring herself to write "toilet" in a letter. After considerable
    deliberation, she settled on "bathroom commode," but when she
    wrote that down, it still sounded too forward, so she rewrote the
    letter to the campground, and referred to the "bathroom commode"
    as the "B.C.."
    "Does the campground have its own B. C.?" is what she actually
    The campground owner was baffled by the euphemism, so he showed
    the letter around to several people at the campground, but they
    couldn't decipher it either. Finally, the campground owner
    concluded that she must be referring to the local Baptist Church,
    so more...

    Here's a story I found this week in the Charleston [West Virginia] Gazette in a column by a man named Terry Marchal. He publishes humorous things that people send to him...
    There was this very delicate, proper and elegant woman who was planning a family camping vacation in Florida. She wrote to a campground for a reservation.
    This woman abhorred what campgrounds refer to as "pit toilets" (known in West Virginia as outhouses) and wanted to know if the area had bathhouses with flush toilets. She didn't want to write "toilet."
    Campground guides and brochures use abbreviations for camping facilities and the woman remembered something about "B.C." which, she recalled, meant "bathroom commode." So, in her letter, she wanted to know if the camping facility had a B.C.
    The campground owner was unfamiliar with B.C. He showed the letter to several people. Most were baffled. One knowledgeable camper, however, said he knew what it was. She more...


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    My friend is a rather old-fashioned lady, always quite delicate and elegant, especially in her language. She and her husband were planning a week's vacation in Florida, so she wrote to a particular campground and asked for a reservation. She wanted to make sure the campground was properly equipped, but didn't quite know how to ask about the "toilet" facitilities. She just couldn't bring herself to write the word "toilet" in her letter. After much deliberation, she finally came up the the old-fashioned term "bathroom commode". But after she wrote that down, she still thought she was being too forward. So, she started all over again and re-wrote the entire letter. This time, she referred to the bathroom commode as merely B.C. "Does the campground have its own B.C.?" she wrote.
    The campground owner wasn't old-fashioned, and he just couldn't figure out what the woman was talking about. The business about "B.C." stumped him. After much more...

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