F/H: The Mystery of 710

A few days ago I was having some work done at my local garage. A blond woman came in and asked for a seven-hundred-ten.

We all looked at each other, and another customer asked, “What is a seven-hundred-ten?”

She replied, “You know, the little piece in the middle of the engine. I lost it and need a new one. It’s always been there.”

The mechanic gave the blond a piece of paper and a pen and asked her to draw what the piece looked like. She drew a circle and in the middle of it wrote 710.

He then took her over to another car which had the hood up and asked, “Is there a 710 on this car?”

She pointed and said, “Of course, it’s right there.”

Scroll down to see what a 710 is!

 

 

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6 thoughts on “F/H: The Mystery of 710

  1. Haha, I know a comic about Bush with that concept… He’s holding a sign, saying “We have seven-hundred and ten reasons for invading Iraq!” and then an assistant comes and says “Um, sir…?” and flips the sign over and in the next box Bush says “We’ve got ONE reason for invading Iraq!”

    Teehee.

  2. Ha ha ha. . . It took me a second to get this one too . . . In fact, I had to ask someone what it was, it was only then did I see it was oil turned around. I must be blond at heart. ROFL at my self – thanks for the laughter! Reminds me of when I once tried to pour the oil in where the dip stick is located – spilled oil everywhere until some more mamma’s son came to my assistance. That was a while ago though . . . I know better now.

    Again thanks . . . I really needed this one! PLL, CordieB.

  3. slightlyignorant OMG That is just TFF, going to try remember that one and retell it when out with drinks!!!

    Joy shhh it would be me to!!!

    Mssc54 Glads!

    Cordieb rofl that is just too brilliant huns! I have done far far worse so rest assured! lol glad you enjoyed this one and the timing was good!

  4. This was too funny. First I thought, “wow a blonde who knows more than the average person”! Then I read further. But that could be me as well!

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