All in a day’s work

One morning Mrs. Green’s dishwasher stopped working. She called a repairman, who told her he could stop by that afternoon at one o’clock.

“There won’t be anyone home then, but I’ll leave the front door unlocked,” she said. “There’s just one thing you need to know. My dog won’t bother you, but do not, under any circumstances, talk to my parrot!”

The repairman arrived at the house that afternoon and went to the kitchen. There he found a parrot in a cage by the window, and an enormous bulldog lying in the corner. Feeling a little nervous, he went to work.

As promised, the dog left him alone, but the parrot was another matter. It kept up a constant stream of ear-splitting screeches, taunts, and insults, until the repairman couldn’t take it any longer. Finally he yelled, “Shut up, you stupid bird!”

The parrot stopped its screeching and said calmly, “Get him, Spike!”

14 Responses to All in a day’s work

  1. The Owl Lady says:

    OMG!!!! I can’t stop laughing!!!!! @v@ ❤

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  2. Abigail says:

    Tsk, tsk, Mr. Repairman, Mrs. Green gave you one word of caution. If what I assume is true (i.e. the bulldog Spike listens to the parrot), I imagine the repairman didn’t stay there much longer.

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  3. Uh, oh. 😀 — Suzanne

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  4. I thought it was a Rottweiler; same bird different dog?

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