Fix the #!*%& @#*&$%*! Outhouse!!!!

Get off your A_S and FIX the OUTHOUSE!
Get off your A_S and FIX the OUTHOUSE!

    The old hillbilly was sitting on the porch whittling, when his wife walked up and informed him the outhouse needed to be repaired. He walked out and took a look. Not seeing anything unusual, he went inside and looked around. He saw a few holes in the roof so he went out to the garbage dump and found some old cans and went to his shop to cut them open and heated up some tar. He found some nails and fixed the roof.
    The next day his wife yelled at him and said, "I told you to fix the outhouse, now get to it". Again, he walked out to the outhouse and checked it out. This time he seen some cracks in the walls. Walking out to the barn he found some scraps of lumber and some old nails he had to straighten out. He boarded up all the cracks and hung some more cardboard on the inside to cut down on the wind.
    The next day his wife yelled at him to get off his lazy ass and fix the outhouse and to make sure you do it right this time.
    Again, he wandered down to the outhouse. This time he took his time checking it out.
        He looked the roof over again and didn't see any holes.
        He checked out all the walls and didn't find any cracks.
        He even checked the door hinges and lock and couldn't find anything wrong.
        He stood there for a little while pulling on his beard trying to think of what else he needed to check. Then he thought he would check out the hole and see if was getting filled up or if there was enough lime down there.
    He stuck his head down in the hole and while was looking around, his wife came up behind him and yelled, "Did you find the problem yet?" It scared the old boy so that he jerked his head out of the hole and got his beard caught in a crack in the front of the hole. "Ouch", he yelled holding on to his beard.
    His old lady started laughing and said, "Now you know first hand what I was asking you to do all along!"

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