PRINT December 1987


the Traveling Salesman

THE TRAVELING SALESMAN'S CAR broke down one evening on a lonely road and he asked at only farmhouse in sight, “Can you put me up for the night?”

“I reckon I can,” said the farmer, “but you’ll have to share a room with my young son.”

“How about that!” gasped the salesman, “I’m in the wrong joke!”

SO THEN THE UBIQUITOUS TRAVELING salesman said to the farmer, "Can you put me up for the night?”

Whereupon the farmer said, “Sure, but you’ll have to sleep with my son.”

“Good Lord,” said the salesman, “I’m in the wrong joke!”

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