Harry had reached middle age and found that lately he was unable to perform sexually, which was becoming a problem for him as well as for his wife.
Determined to try and find a cure for his problem, he finally went to see his doctor, who tried a few things but nothing seemed to work.
So, the doctor refered Harry to an American Indian medicine man.
The medicine man took a look at Harry, did a few tests said, “Do not worry sir, I can cure this”.
That said, he threw a white powder in a flame. There was suddenly a flash with billowing blue smoke.
Then the medicine man said, “This is powerful medicine. You can only use it once a year. All you have to do is say ‘123‘ and it shall rise for as long as you wish!”
Harry then asked, “What happens when it’s over, and I don’t want to continue?”
The medicine man replied: “All you or your partner has to say is 1234, and it will go down. But be warned — it will not work again for another year!”
Harry rushed home, eager to try out his new powers and prowess.
That night he was ready to surprise his wife, Joyce.
He showered, shaved and put on his most exotic shaving lotion.
He climbed into bed and lying next to his wife said, “123.”
He suddenly became more aroused than anytime in his life and his member sprung to life, just as the medicine man had promised.
Joyce, who had been facing away from her husband, turned over and asked, “What did you say 123 for?”
And that, my friends, is why you should never end a sentence with a preposition.
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