If It’s Not True It Should Be

Somebody told me Neil Armstrong used to tell unfunny jokes about the Moon. Then when nobody laughed he would follow them up with, “I guess you had to be there.”

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  • Tim in Cleveland

    They can put a man on the moon, but they can’t check the veracity of this anecdote? Unbelievable!


  • http://bigpulpit.com/ Tito Edwards

    Made me smile today!

  • http://321force.blogspot.com Barbara

    Love this. We ladies let the Me Monster get out of hand with our birthing stories. God help a guy who tries to jump into that contest, even if he’s been on the moon…

  • astorian

    Along the same lines… EVERY logical, rational ,functioning brain cell I have tells me the Neil Armstrong/”Mr. Gorsky” story is utterly bogus.

    But I still kinda hope it’s true.

  • some guy

    How do you outdo Neil Armstrong? George constanza explains(crucial part at 3:48):