What’s in the Bags?

A fellow tries to cross the Mexican border on a bicycle with two big bags balanced on his shoulders. The guard asks, “What’s in the bags?”

The fellow says, “SAND!”

The guard wants to examine them. The fellow gets off the bike, places the bags on the ground, opens them up, and the guard inspects only to find sand. The fellow packs the sand, places the bags on his shoulders, and pedals the bike across the border. Two weeks later, the same situation is repeated.

“What have you got there?”

“Sand.”

“Let me see it.”

Same results… Nothing but sand and the fellow is on his way again. Every two weeks for six months the inspections continue.

Finally, one week the fellow didn’t show up. However, the guard sees him downtown and says to the fellow, “Buddy, you had us crazy. We sort of knew you were smuggling something. I won’t say anything… What were you smuggling?”

The fellow replies, “Bicycles.”

Border Patrol

A US Border Patrol Agent catches an illegal alien in the bushes right by the border fence, he pulls him out and says, “Sorry, you know the law, you’ve got to go back across the border right now.”

The Mexican man pleads with them, “No, noooo Señor, I must stay in de USA! Pleeeze!”

The Border Patrol Agent thinks to himself–I’m going to make it hard for him–and says, “Ok, I’ll let you stay if you can use three English words in a sentence.”

The Mexican man of course agrees.

The Border Patrol Agent tells him, “The three words are: Green, Pink and Yellow. Now use them in one sentence.”

The Mexican man thinks really hard for about two minutes, then says, “Hmmm, Ok. The phone, it went Green, Green, Green–I Pink it up, and sez Yellow?”