Bother Jokes

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    I was watching a documentary on Aleut life yesterday.
    The father of the family was telling his clan that the Aleuts were generally very slow to accept modern technology. In fact they suspected it a great deal.
    One pregnant woman complained to the doctor that a stuck phonograph record had affected her unborn child.
    "Nonsense," said the doctor, "I don't see how it could bother... could bother... could bother... could bother... could bother... could bother."

    Broken promises don't bother me at all. I just wonder why they keep believing me.

    Don't bother me, I'm living happily ever after.

    When I was a little boy, my family did not have a lot of money.
    My father had a reasonably well paying job, but with four kids and
    a dog, money was often tight. This is not to say that we were
    deprived or unhappy. Our family did many activities together, but
    our favorite was camping, which we did year-round, blazing heat or
    freezing cold.
    It was a great site to see the whole clan scrambling to get every-
    thing together for a weekend trip. The whole family then piled
    into our Chevy station wagon with a dog bigger than the three
    smallest children put together. Dad would then tie down our
    trusty tent to the top of the Chevy and off we would go.
    Our tent was amazing in and of itself. It was an army surplus
    tent, large enough for the whole family plus dog. It had survived
    though rainstorms, snowstorms, and windstorms. It had twice been
    uprooted from its stakes in high winds. (Makes me wonder why we
    went camping in more...

    Q - How does a Jewish mother change a light bulb?
    A -(Sigh) Don't bother, I'll sit in the dark, I don't want I should bother anybody.

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