Chiste en serio sobre los viejos …..

> >The Aggie business graduate had been out of school for several years. He

> >had established a furniture store in College Station and was doing quite

> >well.

> >He decided to expand the lines he carried by adding some expensive French

> >furniture he knew no o­ne else in town carried. He scheduled a buying trip

> >to France.

> >

> >The Aggie’s first day in Paris was very successful and he found a number

> >of pieces he thought he could profitably sell back home. After the

> >arrangements were made to begin shipping this furniture to Texas, he

> >decided to celebrate with a glass of wine in a small sidewalk cafe. The

> >place

> >was jammed, but he managed to find an empty table. Just about the time

> >his

> >wine arrived, a beautiful girl came by and motioned to the empty chair at

> >his table with a questioning look o­n her face. He assumed she wanted to

> >sit

> >with him and nodded his head “yes”. The girl sat down with him.

> >

> >The girl tried to talk to him, but, alas, he understood not o­ne word of

> >French. He tried to talk to her, but, alas, she understood not o­ne word

> >of

> >English. He had an idea. He took a napkin and drew a wine glass and a

> >question mark. She nodded her head “yes”.

> >

> >They sat quietly enjoying their wine. When it was just about finished,

> >the

> >Aggie realized it was nearly time for dinner. He took another napkin and

> >drew a picture of two people at a table eating dinner. She nodded her

> >head

> >”yes” and took him by the hand. She led him down the street to a very

> >nice

> >restaurant. They went in. The girl spoke with the head waiter and they

> >were seated in a quiet corner where they could hear the band playing and

> >see the dance floor.

> >

> >The Aggie could not read the menu since it was in French, so he allowed

> >the girl to order for him.

> >

> >The food was excellent and the couple thoroughly enjoyed it. After

> >dinner, the Aggie took a napkin and drew a picture of a couple dancing.

> >She nodded her head “yes” and they danced to every song the band played,

> >whether fast or slow. When the band quit playing and began to pack away

> >their instruments, the couple returned to their table.

> >

> >The girl took a napkin and reached for the Aggie’s pen. He handed it to

> >her and she drew a picture of a four poster bed.

> >

> >The Aggie is still wondering to this day how she knew he was in the

> >furniture business

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