The subtlety of regret & the equally profound spontaneous response, by way of written notes over the worthiness of the sexual venture, elucidate the class, refinement & ethics of it all.
In my years of emailing, I have seen some pretty good jokes in circulation. This particular one “Rent for Apartment” beats them all in terms of subtlety, class & refinement. Nothing offensive & since it’s been rarely seen, thought I share it with my blog readers.
A man met a beautiful girl and she agreed to spend the night with him for $500. So, they spent the night together. In the morning, before he left, he told the girl that he did not have any cash with him, but that he would have his secretary write a check and mail it to her, calling the payment “Rent for Apartment.”
On the way to the office, he regretted what he had done, realizing that the whole event was not worth the price. So, he sent a check for $250 and enclosed a note:
“Dear Madam, Enclosed you will find a check in the amount
of $250 for rent of your apartment. I am not sending the amount agreed upon because when I rented the apartment, I was under the impression that:
1. It had never been occupied
2. There was plenty of heat
3. It was small enough to be cozy & at home.
Last night, however, I found out that it had been previously occupied, that there wasn’t any heat, & that it was entirely too large.”
Upon receipt of the note, the girl immediately sent back the following reply:
“Dear Sir, First of all, I cannot understand how you expect such a beautiful apartment to remain unoccupied indefinitely. As for the heat, there is plenty of it if you know how to turn it on. Regarding the space, the apartment is indeed of regular size, but if you don’t have enough furniture to fill it, please don’t blame the landlady.”