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Mountain Bike (969 views)
Father came home from a long business trip to find his son riding a new mountain bike.

"Where did you get the money for the bike, son? It must have cost $500," he asked.

Little Johnny replied, "I earned it hiking, Dad."

"Come on, John," the father said. "Tell the truth."

"That is the truth, Dad!" Johnny replied. "Every night while you were gone, Mom’s boss came come over to work late with Mom. He'd give me a $20 and tell me to take a hike!"

 

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