What do you get when you cross a lawyer joke with a dog joke?
First, I'll start with a disclaimer: I work with attorneys, and contrary to most of the jokes and perceptions about them, by and large they're a pretty decent, hard working bunch and the majority really don't deserve the typical reputation. Some of them do, though. This one's for the ones who've earned the bad reputation:
A man wanted a big, ferocious dog to protect his business, so he visited a kennel that specialized in attack dogs.
The man explained to the kennel owner that he wanted the biggest, meanest, most vicious dog in the kennel, and the owner offered to take the man on a tour of the premises.
After they had been walking for a few minutes, they came upon a large dog. He was snarling loudly and biting and clawing at the cage.
"He looks like he'd be a pretty good attack dog," said the buyer.
"Well, he's not bad," replied the owner, "but I have something better in mind for you."
They continued walking around the premises, and after a while they found an even larger, meaner dog than the first. He snarled at the two men and tried to bite them through the wire on his cage.
"Ah," said the buyer, "This must be the dog you were referring to earlier."
"Well, no." said the owner. "I have something better in mind for you."
The men continued their tour. Eventually, they came upon a fairly large dog that was lying quietly on his side, licking his butt. He did not seem to notice as the men approached.
"This is the dog I had in mind for you," said the owner.
The buyer was flabbergasted.
"You're joking!" he exclaimed.
"This dog seems quite tame; he doesn't act at all like an attack dog at all. Heck, he's just lying there, licking his butt!"
"I know, I know," said the owner. "But you see, he just ate a lawyer, and he's trying to get the taste out of his mouth."
Last edited by Renee750il; 06-14-2004 at 07:41 PM.