Crash Jokes

May 26, 2009

in Passenger Stories

Many years ago I was flying home from a small state with a teeny airport and the plane my company booked me on was a 20 seat puddle jumper. When I boarded, the pilot and the passenger in the 1st seat were having a friendly conversation and laughing and I soon realized they were telling jokes. I went to my seat which was in close earshot to them. I wasn’t the only one in close earshot because the plane was so small and everyone could hear them. It soon became obvious these two were telling crash jokes…”Did you hear the one about the Pope a Rabbi, Henry Kissinger and a small boy…,” you get the idea.

The passenger directly across from me got up suddenly, grabbed his coat and briefcase and got off the plane in a real big hurry.

The pilot turned to his friend and said, “Gee, I hope he didn’t have a premonition.”

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Demotage May 6, 2009 at 9:31 pm

The punchline of the Henry Kissenger joke is:

"Dont worry Father, the world's smartest man just jumped out of the plane wearing my backpack. "


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