About a week ago I told my mom about Trybe, she is no stranger to crypto since I have been talking to her about Bitcoin in the past. After briefly explaining to her about Trybe I didn’t think she would be interested. Well today, I received an email from her with a series of short humor that she has compiled. She recently retired after working over two decades with a credit union. Now that she has more free time, I am expecting to get more content from her to share with the Trybe community. I told her any tokens she earns, I would handle the conversation from Trybe to EOS to BTC to fiat to her bank account. Here we go
LAUGHTER, the Alternative Medicine
by Evelyn T.
Roadside vendor: Sweet, huge watermelons—2 for $20, 1 for $12.00
Customer : I’ll buy the other for $8.00
Lovely Lady: We will visit two sisters who moved to Tampa, FL and having“homeblessing”nextmonth.
Man attracted to Lovely Lady: Who are “we?” You and your boyfriend?
Lovely Lady: Which one?
Daughter: Mama, when are we going to America, the Land of Milk and Honey, the Land of Plenty?
Mom: It will take some time. Papers need to be worked on and straightened.
Daughter: Why? The papers are crumpled?
Credit Union Teller: Good morning Sweetheart, what are we up to today. I hope it’s a deposit or putting in a loan application.
Elderly Member: Good day, Honey! I’m sorry, but I need to withdraw some money. Rest assured, one day, I will meet with a Loan Officer so I could borrow and trade in my slow-moving car. Is that OK, Sugar?
Credit Union Teller: Looking forward Aunt Gemima. I mean bye for now; in a whisper, Aunt Molasses.
Interviewer: Hi, glad to meet you. I can feel your enthusiasm to fill in our vacant position. State a brief description of yourself, college record, strengths and weakness. Equally important, do you have the experience?
Young Applicant: Thank you for this opportunity… I do not have the experience. However, if you give me the job, I will earn the experience you’re looking for.
Nearly halfway to their destination, family decided to take some timeout on a long drive, and began to look for a decent eatery by the road. Grandma, unfortunately, is not exposed to email, facebook, twitter, high-five, delete, spam,etc. However, she could read well, even from afar, and said: The billboard says “free wi-fi.” Let’s go in that restaurant and check out the taste of “wi-fi.”
Eldest sister: Even if there’s just the three of us, let’s play the card game “31” Middle sister: Yes, let’s have fun!
Youngest sister: OK, we will play, on the condition that each of us will take out our dentures, ha, ha, ha!
CSR 1: Good morning Ms. Eileen! You were here yesterday.
CSR 2: Hello to you, Ms. Eileen, here’s our sale paper. Do you have your coupons? What are we buying this time?
Eileen: My friends, don’t you realize that I contribute to your paycheck? See y’all before I go home from work today, if not tomorrow.
Ladies and Gentlemen: Didn’t you know that life on earth is “a big buy-and-sell proposition!” Anyway, LIVE LIFE to the FULLEST. LIFE IS GOOD and GOD IS ALWAYS GOOD!