An old man, Mr. Goldstein,
was living the last of his
life in a nursing home.
One day he appeared to be very sad and depressed.
Nurse Tracy asked if there was anything wrong.
"Yes, Nurse Tracy," said Mr. Goldstein, "My
Part died today, and I am very sad."
Knowing her patients were forgetful and sometimes
a little crazy, she replied, "Oh, I'm so sorry,
Mr. Goldstein, please accept my condolences."
The following day, Mr. Goldstein was walking
the hall with his Private Part hanging out of his
pajamas, when he met Nurse Tracy.
"Mr. Goldstein," she said, "You
shouldn't be walking
down the hall like that. Please put your Private Part
back inside your pajamas."
But, Nurse Tracy," replied Mr. Goldstein, "I
yesterday that my Private Part died."
"Yes, you did tell me that, but why is
it hanging out
of your pajamas?" asked Nurse Tracy.
"Well," he replied. "Today's