(An insurance adjuster’s office)

Agent – Doodle, doodle do, here I am at the office. I sure hope I get a customer soon.

Customer – (entering the office) I am a customer who wishes to buy some sort of health or life insurance, or possibly some other sort of annuity product.

Agent – Alrightie, let me just have you fill out these forms marked, “Buwah-ha-ha-ha”.

Customer – Why are they called that?

Agent – Just a formality.

Customer – Fair enough! (eagerly fills out forms and hands them back).

Agent – (looking over forms) Great, great. It all looks in order – wait…hold on, what’s this say here under “type of employment”?

Customer – It says “professional eater”, and I assure you, I’m quite good. Just last week I ate more than my own weight in hot dogs.

Agent – That may present a bit of a prob-.

Customer – (interrupting) And the week before that I ate 67 sticks of butter in under 3 minutes!

Agent – (thinking) How do you feel about a $1,000 premium and a $5,000 deductible?

Customer – I’d be lying if I said I have a clue what you’re talking about.

Agent – (Smiling widely) Great, just sign here where it says “Mmmmmm-ohhhhh” and then the drool marks.

Customer – (signing the form) You sure have been nice to me.

Agent – (takes the form and disappears in a pillar of fire).

Customer – I sure hope that doesn’t come back to haunt me.

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