A Newfie’s grieving widow came into the local newspaper office to pay for her late husband Pete’s death notice. She was told by the kindly newspaper man, that it was a dollar per word and he remembered her husband and wasn’t it too bad about him passing away.
She thanked him for his kind words and bemoaned the fact that she only had two dollars in her purse. So she wrote out the obituary, “Pete’s Dead.”
The newspaper man took a look and said he thought the old boy Pete deserved more and he’d give her nine more words at no charge.
Pete’s grieving widow thanked him and changed it to: “Pete’s Dead. The Fishing Boat For
Sale. No Fish. Call Gert”.
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