Naughty Friday funny – Locked out

Finding a woman sobbing that she had locked her keys in her car, a passing soldier assures her that he can help.

She looks on amazed as he removes his trousers, rolls them into a tight ball and rubs them against the car door.

Magically it opens.


"That’s so clever," the woman gasps. "How did you do it?"


"Easy," replies the soldier. "These are my khakis".

Sleepy smile


14 thoughts on “Naughty Friday funny – Locked out

  1. LOL! Being from Boston originally I totally get this one. ‘Kakhis’ are exactly what we need to unlock a car door. 😉

  2. That is bad, really bad! And I even laughed!

  3. I feel slow. I don’t get it…

    1. Kim….khakis equals carkeys….with an accent! 🙂

      1. Thank you, Lauri! That explains Monsoon’s comment about being from Boston…

        1. Ha. Now I’m stumped. What’s the Boston link?

      2. Check out this for the English pronunciation (meaning the English (and Australians)) of khaki.

        And Wiktionary suggests that Canadians and Americans pronounce it differently. (I know Americans strangely say kak-ki.)



        1. Haha, it sounds like “cockey” to me!

  4. Nicely done!

    (Just when I thought it was going to be another dirty joke… only a pun.)

    Well, maybe I can still use it… 😉 🙂

  5. I agree with Lauri….that’s B A D.

    Good bad though. 🙂

  6. I should have warned everyone. I’m a sucker for puns.

  7. Puns are awesome! We have them flying at work constantly!

    1. Well it’s time to start sharing them Laurie.

      I don’t have enough to start a tradition but I would like to. I tried to talk k9 into posting a limerick a week but failed.

      I thought we might be able to fill the whole week starting with Vicola’s Eejit of the week on Monday’s to Snowy’s FNP on Fridays.

      I’m seriously considering a YouTube clip of the week too.

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