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Grapevine : January 2012
How did you do that? A drunk went to a police station wishing to speak with the burglar who had broken into his house the night before. “You’ll get your chance in court,” said the desk sergeant. “No,no, no!” said the man. “I want to know how he got into the house without waking my wife. I’ve been trying to do that for years!” Bob M. Green Valley, Ariz. Heard at a meeting “My sponsor gave me a reality check—but it bounced.” Richard M. Golden, Colo. Double trouble I never considered myself an alcoholic, just really good at drinking. That is until I came across a bar in Las Vegas that adver- tised “All You Can Drink for $10.” I knew I was in trouble when I walked up and ordered $20 worth. Howard M. Santa Clara, Calif. Gee, thanks mom! Wino 1: “I had the great- est dream last night!” Wino 2: “What hap- pened?” Wino1:“Iwasatmy mama’s and she got me a ticket to Disneyland. I went on all the rides, saw the dancing characters, saw Mickey and Minnie Mouse—I had the best time!” Wino 2: “I had a great dream too! I dreamt I was living in a 1st-class penthouse, I had a case of top-shelf whiskey, and then two beautiful women came over!” Wino 1: “Man, why didn’t you call me?!” Wino 2: “I did, but your mama said you were at Disneyland.” Jennifer R. Boulder, Colo. At Wit’s End Below is the winner of last month’s caption contest. Visit our website at www.aagrapevine.org to see previous winners or to submit a caption! Grapevine Caption Contest “IaskedhimifhewantedtogotoanAA meeting later and he said, “Let me sleep on it!” -Joe H. 60 January 2012 GRAPE_60.indd 60 11/22/11 3:10 PM