March 20, 2019
What is it about seniors that command our respect? Is it because they have been around the block a time or two and know what's what?
Some of the best stories start with the words, "When I was your age, sonny..." Here's a funny story about a senior trucker where the man says nothing when bullied by bikers, but his actions speak louder than words.
Disclaimer: This fictitious story is not representative of all bikers or all seniors. Enjoy!
An old man is quietly having a meal in a roadside diner after a few hours on the road. Suddenly, three mean-looking leather-clad bikers enter.
The man glances over at the new arrivals but then resumes enjoying his coffee and apple pie. But the men didn't like the way he looked at them, so they decided to teach him a lesson.
The first biker walks up to the old man, and without a word, puts out his cigarette in the apple pie. He then walks off to sit down at a table in the corner of the diner.
The second biker clears his throat and walks up to the old man. He drops a disgusting glob of spit into the old man’s coffee and then goes over to the corner to join his biker pal.
The third biker threateningly walks up to the old man and stands there looming over him. He picks up the old man's plate and throws it on the floor, where it shatters with a loud CRACK.
The biker then walks over to the others with a grin. Without saying a word, the old man reaches for his wallet, pays for his meal, leaving a large tip for the waitress, and then gets up and leaves the diner.
The bikers laugh at their actions and one calls out to the waitress:
“Hehe, that old geezer isn’t much of a man, is he?”
The waitress smiles and replies:
“He also isn’t much of a truck driver either, seeing as how he backed over three motorcycles in the parking lot just now…”
Via The Laugh Bible
Never mess with seniors. They’ve been around the block a few times and their wisdom and experience will beat you every time.
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