Everything’s Bigger In Texas
A Texan walks into a bar and orders a drink. The barman gives him a drink.
The Texan looks at the drink and commenting on how small it is, he says that they are 10 times bigger in Texas.
In the interest of good relations, the barman gives him another 9 drinks free of charge.
Later the Texan comes up and orders a bag of peanuts.
When given the small bag, he again comments on the size of it, and the barman again gives him 9 free.
The Texan is pleased with the service he got and notes some positive feedback on a card as he leaves.
A few weeks later, in recognition of his good deeds, the barman is given a special award for his services to local tourism. He is given a monetary prize.
With his prizemoney, he books a holiday in Texas.
He walks into the hotel bar and orders a drink.
To his surprise the barman puts up a huge drink in front of him. He then orders some nuts and is given a huge packet.
Looking around at the massive bar and thinking about all he has seen he concludes that his own customer was right and that everything is bigger in Texas.
After eventually finishing his drink he staggers up to the bar and asks where the toilets are.
The barman points to a door and says that he should go through it and he’ll find them near the end of the corridor.
He heads towards the door and opens it and walks down the corridor.
There are two doors at the end, one to the toilets and one to the hotel swimming pool.
In his drunken state, he goes through the wrong door and falls into the swimming pool. He starts to scream.
Hearing the commotion, a moment later the hotel barman runs through the door and stands at the edge of the pool.
The guest looks up at him in horror and screams “Don’t flush! Don’t flush!”