Life and Limbs


So this guy schedules an appointment with his doctor. He was in a terrible motorcycle accident two years earlier that left him with only one upper limb and one lower limb.

“Doc, I want to get rid of the other two,” the man says.

“Why?” the doctor asks.

“Because I’ve been lopsided for the last two years!”

“Are you sure? Because this is an extremely painful procedure and there is no guarantee of success. You could die on the operating table.”

“Yes, I am sure!” the man exclaims. “A thousand billion times, yes!”

“O.K., if you are certain,” the doctor says, “but the surgery is going to cost you an arm and a leg.”


That is for all you fans of Dad Jokes.

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