Vaseline Still Better Than Ky-Jelly!

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Tuesday, 15 April 2014


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A company representative for a Research Firm that needed some door to door work got a volunteer who told them that he needed some exercise anyway and so he volunteered.

After three doors being shut in his face, a lady in her late 20s came to the door with two children hanging onto her dress and looking up at the representative.

"Mam, I work for a Research Firm that represents Vaseline. Have you used the product?"

"Oh sure. We have used vaseline ever since we have been married. There might only be one child instead of's at school, without vaseline."

"Then you don't mind me asking a few more questions do you?"


Well, what do you use vaseline for the most?"


A little red-faced, the rep. smiled. "Thank you for your honesty. Most people would say they used it on rough elbows, kids bike chains and other jobs needed. Why don't you use KY-Jelly? Most people do."

"It comes off too easy."

"Oh. Another new answer. So you use the vaseline you-know-where?"

"You mean the doorknob? Yes. the little guys can't turn the doorknob. Though the oldest called 911 one time. Thought we were fighting I was grunting so loud. Ky-Jelly ...they just wiped that off and caught us playing 'scissors' again. We tell them that and that we want to be left alone to play just as they do."

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