Re: Campfire Stories
Merl Whitebook (MAWLAW@AOL.COM)
Sun, 23 Jul 1995 22:54:26 -0400
Here are two more skits that I enjoy. I am in the process of rewriting my
collection of skits. I hope to by years end have created the complete book
of campfire activities. Its a rather large undertaking.
Musical Toilet Seat Salesman:
A scout is a door to door salesman, selling Musical Toilet Seats: If you
have some cardboard make props like toilet seats. Salesman approaches each
home knocks on the door and sells the seat:
Salesman: "Good morning sir, I like to show you the newest thing in
electronic technology. My company has developed the new musical toilet seat.
Would you be interested in buying this modern day marvel?"(ham this up,
plead beg, ect. be a door to door salesman) Customer 1: "Do you have one
that plays Dixie?" Customer 2 asked for "Eat the Rich" . Customer 3 asked
for "Star Spangled Banner" Salesman, I sure do, Here it is, I hope you like
it. I'll come back tomorrow to make sure you are satisfied."
The next day the Salesman goes back and asked of each customer: How did you
like the musical toilet seat.? Customer 1: "It was great, it played dixie
and I sat there with a bucket of fried chicken enjoying each note. Customer
2: "It was great. I listen to the music while I read a copy of the Rolling
Stone magazine." Customer 3: "I hated it, It just did not work out.
Salesman responds to Customer 3: "we have never had an unsatisfied customer,
what went wrong? Customer 3: " It's that music. "Every time I sit down on
the toilet, it starts playing the Star Spangled Banner and I have to stand up
Recruit three or four volunteers and blindfold each one. Have the voluntees
stand in front of the audience and instruct them to take off anything they
have on. The smart ones will remove their blindfold, but those caught up in
the joke will continue to remove items. Continue with those remaining one
item at a time, until it borders on indecency. Then remove the blindfold and
let them in on the joke.
If any one has a favorite skit or campfire story, please share it with me.
Indian Nations Council
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
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