O’Grady And Smith In A Gravel Pit

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O’Grady And Smith In A Gravel Pit 

by Clancy O’Lafferty

In a gravel pit, O’Grady and Smith

Worked shoveling gravel all day

From his viewpoint above them

The foreman he watched them

And did so for twice as much pay

So, O’Grady decided to go and inquire

“Why do we get so little money?”

Then tapping his head, the foreman he said,

“It’s because you two guys are both dummies”

“Oh no, we are not!” Said O’Grady and coughed

But the foreman said, “Yes, I can prove it!”

Then placing his hand on boulder, he laughed

“Now you punch my hand ‘fore I can move it!”

He wound up for a sock at the hand on the rock

But the foreman could see the punch comin’

He moved his hand quick and O’Grady’s hard fist

Hit the rock and he walked away sobbin’

“Well what happened O’Grady and what did he say?”

“He said, “Both of us two we be dummies”

“Oh no we are not!” Said Smith and he coughed

“Yes, he proved it and thought it was funny!”

“Well tell me the truth and just what did he do?”

O’Grady said, “Here’s how he proved it”

Then placing his hand on his face and he laughed

 “Now hit me hand ‘fore I can move it!”

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Copyright Maurie Nord2014

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