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Three Mosquitoes

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Three horny mosquitoes named Ron, Paul and Chris were hanging out on a tree, checking out the fine female lightning bugs fly by. They were talking about who could screw the hottest lightning bug.


Ron sees a bright light fly by and land, he flies over and screws it. He flies back to tell his buddies that she was really hot.


Paul sees an even brighter light fly by and land, he flies over and screws it. Flies back and tell his buddies she was hotter than Ron's lightning bug.


Chris sees a bright red light fly by and land, he flies over pulls his penis out pokes the light and screams, comes back and both of his buddies were happy for Chris, but Chris doesn't look happy.


Ron asks: "What's wrong, did she slap you?"


Chris says: "No."


Paul asks: " Did she kick you?"


Chris says: "No, I think she was a cigarette."


(belated DX in June '05, SPMS)

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