Frontier Former Editor

June 3, 2006

Best monkey joke I’ve ever heard . . .

Filed under: Uncategorized — Frontier Former Editor @ 11:58 pm

And I have to give full credit to Jane for presenting this one in a releatively easy-to-find location:

6114 Monkey
A tourist walked into a pet store and was looking at the animals on display. While he was there, an officer from the local RAF base walked in and said to the shopkeeper “I’ll take a 6114 monkey, please.”

The shopkeeper nodded, went to a cage at the side of the store and took out a monkey. He put a collar and leash on the animal and handed it the officer, saying, “That’ll be £2,000, please.”

The officer paid and left with the monkey. The surprised tourist went to the shopkeeper and said, “That was a very expensive monkey. Most of them are only a few hundred pounds. Why did that one cost so much?”

The shopkeeper answered, “Ah, that 6114 monkey, he can rig aircraft flight controls, score 300 on the Army Personal Fitness Test, set up a perimeter defence and perform the duties of any warrant officer with no back talk or complaints. It’s well worth the money”.

The tourist then spotted a monkey in another cage. “That one’s even more expensive! £10,000! What does it do?” he asked.

“Oh, that one” replied the shopkeeper. “That’s a “Maintenance Supervisor” monkey. It can instruct at all levels of maintenance, supervise maintenance at the unit, intermediate, and Depot level, and even do most of the paperwork. A very useful monkey indeed”.

The tourist looked around a little longer and found a third monkey in a cage. The price tag was £50,000. The shocked tourist exclaimed, “This one costs more than all the others put together! What in the world can it do?”

“Actually” said the shopkeeper “I’ve never actually seen him do anything but drink beer and play with his d***, but his papers say he’s a Pilot.”

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