"Top 10 bad husband jokes" |
10) Dominique Strauss-Kahn, or DSK, denies all charges that he forced himself unto a maid in a luxury hotel in NYC. He says he was just collecting an interest payment on IMF Loans to Guinea, her country of origin.
9) Arnold Schwarzenegger - Mr. Universe, Hollywood Movie Star, Governor of California, father of ... five, and noted philanderer.
8) DSK needs to see a shrink about his sexual appetite, but the maid he allegedly attacked does not need to see a therapist. T-H-E-R-A-P-I-S-T ... The Rapist. Is that really where you want to send a rape victim?
7) Gov. Schwarzenegger feels like an idiot for secretly fathering a child with one of his staffers over ten years ago, mostly because he wanted the pregnant mother to terminate her.
6) DSK is rumored to be considering the Charlie Sheen defense in his attempt to prove his innocence in his sex assault case.
5) The Governator doesn't mind that Maria Shriver left him. Now he can leave office as a bachelor, and can exploit the catchphrase "I'm Back" in whatever - or whoever - he does next.
4) The maid who claims she was forced to give head to the IMF Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, says she did not know who DSK was or how important a personality he was at the time of the incident, but you can bet she knows his assets
3) Maria Shriver left Arnold Schwarzenegger after 25 years of marriage, because he secretly fathered a child with one of his own staffers. She apparently caught on when the young child, who would often play with the couple's four
kids, started saying "I'll Be Back" every time he left their home.
2) The International Monetary Fund, or IMF, wants to replace DSK from the leadership position he still holds while he sits in jail at Riker's Island, but maybe keeping him on the job and incapable of carrying out his duties, would
help them cut their spending.
... and the #1 bad husband joke is:
1) Too many bad husbands who confess to the error of their ways, think they are "winning" instead of contemplating the meaning of IMF - It's My Fault.
Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.