So I was pulling in the gas station today, when I decided to ask my son to pump the gas for me while I ran into the Vons Quick-Mart. He happily obliged and I took a quick stroll inside. I came outside and that is when the foot got stuck in the mouth. Keep an open mind and think like a guy for a few seconds while you read the words that were said. Remember this was outside and out loud in front of a full 12 station gas station.
What is a Double Entendre: its a word or phrase that has a double meaning.
Son: “Dad I spilled some.”
Me: “What happened?”
Son: “I couldn’t get it in in-time and it squirted out all over the place.”
Me: “What do you mean you couldn’t get it in?”
Son: “Well it was hard to find.”
Me: “It’s right there, you can’t miss it.”
Son: “It is a very small hole, and it was hard to find.”
Me: “(Snickering) Dude! Shhhhhhh.”
Son: “Well it was a tight fit dad, and I squeeze it trying to get it in and it just squirted out. It was hard to fit in to too.”
Me: (Laughing) “Dude! just pump the gas.”
By this time a guy next to me was busting up laughing and a woman walking by slowed her paced, and her jaw dropped and I heard a giggle. The more he talked and tried to explain, the further his foot got into his gut. It wasn’t until after he finished, got in the car that he realized that what he was saying was being heard as something completely different than pumping gas.
- Laughing At The Little Things (commonsenseprovidence.com)
- Need a laugh? (myperceptionoflife.wordpress.com)