What Else Would You Do With a Battery?

September 27, 2007 at 3:39 am 3 comments

Son of Stan, on TheBohs.com Forum, spotted this powerfully puntastic news headline on the RTE website yesterday:

Waterford Councillor Charged With Battery

Which reminds me of my favourite battery-related pun joke: >>>

Two cops on patrol by a beach see a woman approaching people, mostly youths with ghetto-blasters, and she appears to be exchanging small packages for money. They suspect that she is dealing drugs, so they set up an undercover operation. The younger of the cops gets a radio and sunbathes on the beach.

The woman finally approaches him, and offers a deal. He returns to the second cop, who asks why he didn’t arrest her. And the first cop says, ‘She wasn’t selling drugs. She was selling batteries.’ And the second cop says, ‘You mean, batteries for your radio?’ And the first cop says, ‘Yes. She sells C cells on the sea shore.’

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