The Two Elderly Widows
Sophie and Shirley, two elderly widows in a Florida adult community,
are curious about the latest arrival in their building a quiet, nice looking gentleman who keeps to himself.
Shirley says, “Sophie, you know I’m shy. Why don’t you go over to him at the pool and find out a little about him.
He looks so lonely.” Sophie agrees, and later that day at the pool, she walks up to him and says, “Excuse me, mister.
I hope I’m not prying, but my friend and I were wondering why you looked so lonely.”
“Of course I’m lonely,” he says. “I’ve spent the past 20 years in prison.”
“You’re kidding! What for?” “For killing my third wife. I strangled her.”
“What happened to your second wife?” “I shot her.”
“And, if I may ask, your first wife?” “We had a fight and she fell off a building.” “Oh my,” says Sophie.
Then turning to her friend on the other side of the pool, she yells, “Yoo-hoo, Shirley. He’s single.”