Daily Joke: Local Ranger Catches a Woman Reading a Book on a Boat in the Middle of a Lake
A couple went to a fishing resort in Northern Minnesota for a vacation. The husband enjoyed fishing in the early morning, while the wife loved to read.
One fateful morning, the man returned after fishing for several hours and decided to take a nap. While the husband was sleeping, the wife took the boat out, despite not being familiar with the lake.
So the woman moved for a bit, anchored the boat, and continued reading her book. While reading, she was approached by a local ranger in his boat, and a conversation ensued.
The ranger greeted the woman and asked what she was doing. She said she was reading, which she thought was very obvious. Then the man informed the woman that she was in a restricted fishing area.
The woman apologized but insisted she was reading and not fishing, but the ranger cared less. He said the woman had all the equipment in her boat, and for all he knew, she could start fishing at any time.
So the man told the woman he would take her in and write her up. In response, she said if he did that, she would charge him with assault. Surprised, the ranger brought to the attention of the woman that he had not touched her, and she replied saying:
"That's true, but you have all the equipment. For all I know, you could start at any moment."
Two friends, a man and a woman traveled to the USA. After some time, they landed at LAX, cleared Homeland Security, and collected their luggage.
The guy took hold of a pair of brown furry shoulder-length gloves from the luggage and put them on. The young lady stared at him and wondered what was happening because the gloves had claws, and her friend looked ridiculous.
After staring for a while, she asked him what he was doing out of curiosity. The guy replied and said, "Exercising my freedom. Now that I'm here, I have the right to bear arms."
If you enjoyed these jokes, here is another interesting joke for you about a man who was the only one who knew how to fish in a particular town.