An elderly Southern woman was visiting the big city for the first time in her life.
She checked into her hotel and the bellboy took her bags.
She followed the bellboy along a corridor and into a small room.
As the door closed behind them, she looked around and shook her fist at him.
“Young man!”, she said, “I may be old and straight from the hills, but that don’t mean I’m stupid! I paid good money for a room in this hotel and this room won’t do. No, it won’t do at ALL! It’s too small, there’s no ventilation, no TV, there’s not even a BED!”
Stunned by the woman’s retoric, the bellboy recovered his senses, and said “But Ma’am, this is the elevator”.
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