Daily Joke: A Lawyer Tells His Client He's Got Good News and Bad News
If you need a good laugh today, this hilarious conversation between an attorney and his client will give you just that.
One day, a man went to his attorney's office. The attorney told him, "I have good news and bad news."
He added, "First the bad news: The blood test came back, and your DNA is an exact match with the sample found on the victim's dress."
"Oh, no - I'm ruined!" the man said. "What's the good news?"
To which the attorney replied, "Your cholesterol is down to 140!"
Reading a humorous story like this one is always fun and will definitely brighten up our day. Here's a bonus joke to keep you laughing some more!
An independent woman started her own business, which becomes successful. Quite soon, she understood that she needed an in-house counsel, so she began interviewing young lawyers.
The woman started with one of the first applicants. "As I'm certain you can comprehend, in a business like this, our honesty must be beyond question," she said. "Mr. Peterson, would you say you are an honest lawyer?"
The job prospect responded, "Honest? Give me a chance to tell you something about honest. I'm very honest because my father lent me fifteen thousand dollars for my education and I paid back each penny the moment I tried my very first case."
"Amazing. What's more, what kind of case was that?" the woman inquired.
He then admitted, "My father sued me for the cash."
Here's another joke, this time about a penny-pincher who requested to be alone with his lawyer, doctor, and priest.
The city miser was on his death bed. As his last request, he asked to be alone with his lawyer, doctor, and priest.
"I know I am going to die," he said. "And I might want to take my cash with me, so I am going to give every one of you $150,000, and I want you to each ensure the money gets in the coffin."
A couple of days after the burial service, the priest decided to confide to the lawyer and the doctor that he just put $100,000 back.
"I'm happy you brought it up," the doctor said. "Since I have likewise been feeling regretful, I just put $80,000 back."
The lawyer chimed in, "You two ought to be embarrassed about yourselves. Taking cash that way, am I the only honest person here? Here look at this," he said, pulling out his checkbook, "look I wrote out a check for the full $150,000!"
Want to laugh some more? Check out this story of a wife who taught her lazy husband a lesson for refusing to help her.