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Loose Bowel Movements Save Life

CHICAGO (Just Laugh) – Just moments before he was to board his flight to Newark International in New Jersey, David Meanson, a lucky bastard from Rockford, suddenly took a detour to the men’s restroom.

“The burger I ate took a negative effect on me. Next thing I knew, I had a bad case of diarrhea,” said Meanson, whose flight to Newark crashed moments after takeoff.

It was a twist of fate that normally would end with a bad situation, having diarrhea and all. But this is certainly a decent tradeoff than death, according to Leon Holey, spokesperson for O’Hare airport.

Although 87 passengers died in the crash, there was one person deemed a hero. “I owe Jose, the cook who made my burger, my life. If it wasn’t for him, I would have plunged to my death,” commented Meanson.

Meanson agreed to treat Jose to dinner after his diarrhea ends. However, a burger at Jose’s restaurant is out of the question.

As for the tragedy at O’Hare, it’s looked at in a positive light. “Sure we lost 87 passengers. But we saved one, thanks to an undercooked burger,” said Holey, who is praying this logic settles future fliers with O’Hare airport.

About Jason Tanamor (44 Posts from 2001 - 2003)
The writings of Jason Tanamor display obvious influence from many very different stylings, all the way from the wackiness and off-the-wall concepts of Dave Barry to the detailed analysis of a young and hip Jerry Seinfeld.