THE OLD MOTOR


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THE OLD MOTOR

The marriage of an 80-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman was the talk of
the town.

After being married a year, the couple went to the hospital for the birth of
their first child. The attending nurse came out of the delivery room to
congratulate the old gentleman and said, “This is amazing. How do you do it
at your age?” The old man grinned and said, “You got to keep the old motor
running.”

The following year, the couple returned to the hospital for the birth of
their second child. The same nurse was attending the delivery and again went
out to congratulate the old gentleman. She said, “Sir, you are something
else. How do you manage it?” The old man grinned and said, “You gotta keep
the old motor running.”

A year later, the couple returned to the hospital for the birth of their
third child. The same nurse was there for this birth also and after the
delivery, she once again approached the old gentleman, smiled, and said,
“Well, you surely are something else! How do you do it?” The old man
replied, “It’s like I’ve told you before, you got to keep the old motor
running.”

The nurse, still smiling, patted him on the back and said: “Well, I guess
it’s time to change the oil. This one’s black”

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