Honestly – here are a couple jokes on honesty.
At long last the good-humored boss felt compelled to call Fitch into his office. “It has not escaped my attention,” he pointed out gently, “that every time there’s a big home game, you have to take your aunt to the doctor.”
“You know, you’re right, sir,” exclaimed the employee. “I hadn’t realized. You don’t suppose she’s faking it now, do you?”
And one more joke on honesty for your Monday perusal:
A woman walks into a butcher shop and asks the butcher how much a pound of tenderloin is. “Twelve dollars per pound,” replied the butcher.
“Are you sure? That can’t be,” said the lady.
“Look, Ma’am, it says right here on the card, ‘twelve dollars per pound.’ ”
“But that seems so high compared to other butchers in the area,” she said.
“Lady, maybe they gave you the price for a poorer cut of beef,” said the butcher.
“No. The butcher across the street said it was nine dollars per pound.”
“Well, then why don’t you go buy it there?” asked the butcher.
“Because they are all out.”
“When I’m all out, I sell it for eight dollars per pound,” retorted the butcher.