Wheelchair Jokes

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    A woman decides that she's had it with trying to find a decent man in a bar. So she takes out an ad in the paper that says she is seeking a mate who is loyal, rich and a good lover. After a few days, her doorbell rings. She opens the door and sees a man in a wheelchair with no arms and no legs. He says, "I'm here about your ad."
    Momentarily taken aback, she says, "Well, how do I know that you're loyal?"
    "Well I saved my platoon from the Viet Cong in Vietnam. That's how I lost my arms and legs."
    "Well, how do I know that you're rich?" she inquires.
    He replies,"I make over three million dollars a year. I have my own software company. You can look at my bank statement".
    Looking at him in his wheelchair, she demands "How do I know you're a good lover?"
    He shrugs "I rang the doorbell didn't I?"

    What Do You Call a Nun in a Wheelchair?
    Virgin Mobile

    A woman puts an ad in the paper for a husband. In her ad she includes the three
    things that she's looking for in a husband:
    She wants a man who won't beat her.
    She wants a man that won't leave her.
    She wants a really great lover.
    A few days later the doorbell rings. The woman opens the door to find a man with
    no arms or legs sitting in a wheelchair on her porch. She says, "How may I help
    He replies that he is there to answer her ad in the paper.
    She says, "Oh, but I am looking for a man that won't beat me."
    He replies, "I have no arms. How can I beat you?"
    She says, "Ok, but I want someone who won't leave me."
    And he replies, "I have no legs and if you take away my wheelchair I can't even
    move. How could I leave you?"
    She nods her head and says, "Well, what I really want is a great lover."
    The man looks at her and says, "Lady, how do you think I rang the more...

    Ethel is a bit of a demon in her wheelchair and loves to charge around the nursing home, taking corners on one wheel and getting up to maximum speed on the long corridors. Because the poor woman is a sandwich short of a picnic, the other residents tolerate her, and some actually join in.
    One day, Ethel was speeding up one corridor when a door opened and a man stepped out with his arm outstretched. "Stop!" he said in a firm voice. "Have you got a license for that thing?"
    Ethel fished around in her handbag on her lap and pulled out a Kit-Kat wrapper which she held up to him. "OK" he said and she went on her way.
    Taking the corner near the TV lounge on one wheel, another man stepped out in front of her and shouted "Stop!" Have you got valid insurance papers for your vehicle madam?" Ethel again dug into her handbag and found a scrap of paper which she held up to him and he allowed her to carry on.
    Going down the final corridor more...

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