Funny story: Lonely 71 year old widow puts a personal ad in the newspaper

Funny story: Lonely 71 year old widow puts a personal ad in the newspaper

It isn’t easy getting into dating – this is especially true if you haven’t been single for ages. But remember, nothing worth having comes easy! Once you do start seeing people, remember to stay open to new things. Don’t judge people too quickly – you might change your mind if you scratch under the surface…

That’s exactly what happened to the 71 year old widow in this funny story. She was disheartened when she saw who had rung the doorbell… but she definitely wasn’t expecting her Don Juan’s reply.

Read the story below – and make sure to continue until the end. If you liked it, then feel free to share it with your friends – I’m sure a few of them could use a laugh right about now!

A 71 year old widow thought it was time to remarry, so she decided to put a personal ad in the local newspaper.

The ad read:

“Looking for a husband! I’m looking for a man in his seventies, who isn’t violent, who won’t run around with women, and who is great in bed. If you are interested, come meet me in person.”

Someone at the door

The next day, she heard the doorbell ring. She went to open the front door, and was dismayed when she was met by a man in a wheelchair who didn’t have any arms or legs.

The man said, “I’m here about the ad you put in the paper.”

The woman raised her eyebrows. She said, “You can’t be serious. Look at you, you don’t have any legs!

The elderly gentleman just smiled. “That’s true, but that means I won’t run around with other women.”

She reluctantly nodded, but then objected, “But you don’t have any arms either!”

The old man smiled again. “That means that I’ll never hit you!”

The woman replied, “Well, I guess that’s true.”

She looked him up and down and cleared her throat. “So, are you still good in bed?”

The man leaned back and said with a smirk on his face, “How do you think I rang the doorbell?”

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