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Daily Joke: A Woman Goes to Her Doctor

Olowokandi Fiyin
Jun 27, 2021
10:30 A.M.
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Today’s #jokeoftheday is about a woman who visited her doctor to complain about her love life with her husband. The doctor had a solution for her, but it seemed it worked too well.


A woman went to see her doctor to complain about her love life with her husband. She revealed that it had been so long that they had been intimate with each other, and she was getting worried.

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The doctor offered her a pill that can help with her troubles but warned that it was still in the experimental phase, so it would be best if she slipped it into a plate of mashed potatoes at dinner.

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When the woman and her husband went out on a date that night, she followed the doctor’s instructions. A week later, she returned to the hospital to give feedback to the doctor. She said:

“The pill worked great. I put it in the potatoes as you suggested. I reckon it was about five minutes before he jumped up, swiped all the food and dishes onto the floor, grabbed me, and ravished me.”


The doctor was stunned and apologized to the woman for the efficacy of the drug. He revealed that he didn’t know how strong the pill was and offered to ask the foundation to pay for any damages.

The women appreciated him for his kind gesture before saying, “Nah! That’s okay. We aren’t going back to that restaurant anyway.” Another joke tells the story of a wealthy couple looking for a handyperson.


The couple needed someone to look after the entire house and garden but were only willing to offer low wages. After sifting through several candidates who didn’t want the pay, they finally settled for a man in the next village.

The following week, they left him in charge and went out of town to visit a friend. However, when they returned, they saw him relacing in their lounge room with water dripping from the ceiling.

They were furious and asked him why he didn’t do the repairs on the roof. The man casually answered, “Can’t, it’s raining. It’s too wet.” They asked him why he didn’t work when the roof was dry, and he said, “Couldn’t. It wasn’t leaking then.”


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