How Dry is GA?

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  1. Gabob

    Gabob Well-Known Member

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    It's so dry in Georgia...

    ..the Baptists are starting to baptize by sprinkling,

    ..the Methodists are using wet-wipes,

    ..the Presbyterians are giving out rain-checks,

    ..and the Catholics are praying for the wine to turn back into water!

    Now THAT's Dry!
  2. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    Well Bob if you didn't keep all that water around in case you started a fire in the truck there would be more for the rest of GA.:eek: :D:D:D ;)
  3. Gabob

    Gabob Well-Known Member

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    Blame the Texans, Gabob. They held on to the rain all year. :rolleyes:
  5. I bet Crpdeth would be willing to share some, SoMo. :D;)

    A traveler became lost in Georgia. Realizing his only chance for survival was to find water, he began walking. Time passed, and he became thirsty. More time passed, and he began feeling faint. Reduced to crawling, he was on the verge of passing out when he spied a house about 500 meters in
    front of him. Barely conscious, he reached the tent and called out,
    "Water...".

    A Georgian appeared in the door and replied sympathetically, "I am sorry, sir, but I have no water. However, would you like to buy a tie?" With this, he brandished a collection of exquisite silken neckwear.

    "You fool," gasped the man. "I'm dying! I need water!"

    "Well, sir," replied the Georgian, "If you really need water, there is
    a restaurant about 2 kilometers south of here where you can get some."

    Without knowing how, the man summoned sufficient strength to drag his parched body the distance to the restaurant. With his last ounce of strength he tugged at the door of the restaurant and collapsed.

    The restaurateur, dressed in a costly tuxedo, appeared at the door
    and enquired, "May I help you sir?"

    "Water..." was the feeble reply.

    "Oh, sir," replied the restaurateur, "I'm sorry, but you can't come in here without a tie!"

    :D;):p
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