Daily Joke: 90-Year-Old Man Has to Hear About the Death of His Wife Every Day
Today’s #jokeoftheday is about a man who lived near an old man with Alzheimer’s. Every day, he had to painfully remind the old man that his wife was dead, and here is what happened one day.
A ninety-year-old man with Alzheimer’s lived near a young man, and he would always frantically rush to the young man’s doorstep asking for his wife. According to his neighbor, this has been going on for a while.
He noted that each time the old man came knocking, he was forced to constantly remind him that his wife was dead. The young man was fed up with this because he did not like to be a reminder of such a sad thing.
He noted that he had considered moving out of the neighborhood on several occasions because he was not comfortable with having to tell the old man about the death of his wife.
However, despite not being excited about relaying such news, the young man shared that he could not help but notice the happiness on the older adult’s face every time he would tell him that his wife was dead.
A PEST OF A NEIGHBOR
A man received an email from his neighbor apologizing for the wrong things he had been doing behind the man’s back. The email was filled with pleas, as the neighbor addressed:
“Sorry, sir. I am using your wife day and night when you are not present at home. In fact, much more than you do. I confess this now because I feel guilty...”
The man was stunned for a few minutes and could not process what was going on. He suddenly felt lightheaded and lost consciousness. He was immediately taken to the hospital.
While he was being attended to, another email came through from the same neighbor. He was so angry with his wife that when she brought the phone to show him the email, he looked at her with irritation.
When he knew the mail was from his neighbor, he was reluctant to read its contents. But he grudgingly looked at the message and it read, "Sorry sir, spelling mistake. It is not wife but wifi.”
A SMART NEIGHBOR
A man was busy in his garden and a neighbor wanted to know what he was doing. He mentioned that he was arranging the seeds of his plants in alphabetical order.