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The Gorilla and the Kiwi


  1. Melbourne Zoo had acquired a very rare species of
    gorilla. Within a few weeks, the female gorilla became very horny and difficult to handle.

    Upon examination, the Zoo veterinarian determined the
    problem.

    The gorilla was on heat. To make matters worse, there
    were no male gorillas of the species available to service her.

    While reflecting on their problem, the Zoo management noticed Rick, a big

    Kiwi lad, responsible for fixing the Zoo's machinery.

    Rick, like most Kiwis, had little sense, but seem to be possessed with ample ability to satisfy a female of ANY species. So, the Zoo administrators thought they might have a solution.

    Rick was approached with a proposition. Would he be willing to have sex with the gorilla for $500?

    Rick showed some interest, but said he would have to think the matter over carefully.

    The following day, Rick announced that he would accept their offer, only under three conditions:

    "First," he said, "She's so ugly; I don't want to have to kiss her."

    "Secondly, you must never tell anyone about this."

    The Zoo administration quickly agreed to these conditions, so they asked what was his third condition?

    "Well," said Rick, "You gotta give me another week to come up with the $500."

    Boom Boom.

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