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Beware Leprechauns!

It’s not uncommon to hear someone start a story by saying “funniest story I have ever heard…”

Usually this is a blatant lie.  The odds of someone actually telling you the funniest story they have ever heard of is not too good.  People know a lot of stories.  However, the odds are good today that I am telling the truth when I say that this is the funniest story I have ever heard, and I must share it with the world.

My wife, Bernadette, is a nurse, and she has a co-worker who’s husband works with autistic people.  The man calls up his wife last week and asks her if she’s sitting on a toilet because she had better get ready to pee her pants.

One of the autistic men that this guy works with was staying at home by himself, and left a voicemail for his mom that he had found a leprechaun, but not to worry because he had trapped the leprechaun in his closet and was feeding it Lucky Charms.  Naturally, the mom was a little concerned about her son and called the non-emergency police line to see if they could send someone to check up on her son.

The police showed up the house and came inside.  The autistic man brought them to his closet to show them where the trapped leprechaun was…

The police opened the locked closet door to find a US Census worker, a midget wearing a green shirt, locked inside.  The autistic man had been pushing Lucky Charms underneath the door to make sure he was fed properly.

The poor Census worker rang the door bell not knowing that he was about to be picked up with force and locked inside a closet for several hours.  Green may be a poor choice of clothing for a midget, but I’m sure this guy was scared out of his mind.  At least he was given food!!


As far as I know there were no charges pressed by the midget census worker.  Lucky Charms are pretty good after all.

  1. lukecarey
    July 19, 2010 at 4:43 am

    This is fantastic.

  1. July 16, 2010 at 3:25 pm
  2. July 30, 2010 at 12:16 am

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