I donít know who wrote this, but itís funny.
Nick the Dragon Slayer had a long-standing obsession to
nuzzle the beautiful Queen's voluptuous breasts, but he knew
the penalty for this would be death. One day he revealed his
secret desire to his colleague, Horatio the Physician, who
was the King's chief doctor. Horatio the Physician exclaimed
that he could arrange for Nick the Dragon Slayer to satisfy
his desire, but it would cost him 1,000 gold coins to arrange
it. Without pause, Nick the Dragon Slayer readily agreed to
The next day, Horatio the Physician made a batch of itching
powder and poured a little bit into the Queen's brassiere
while she bathed. Soon after she dressed, the itching
commenced and grew intense. Upon being summoned to the Royal
Chambers to address this incident, Horatio the Physician
informed the King and Queen that only a special saliva, if
applied for four hours, would cure this type of itch, and
that tests had shown that only the saliva of Nick the Dragon
Slayer would work as the antidote to cure the itch. The King
quickly summoned Nick the Dragon Slayer. Horatio the
Physician then slipped Nick the Dragon Slayer the antidote
for the itching powder, which he quickly put it into his
mouth, and for the next four hours, Nick worked passionately
on the Queen's voluptuous and magnificent breasts. The
Queen's itching was eventually relieved, and Nick the Dragon
Slayer left satisfied and touted as a hero.
Upon returning to his chamber, Nick the Dragon Slayer found
Horatio the Physician demanding his payment of 1,000 gold
coins. With his obsession now satisfied, Nick the Dragon
Slayer couldn't have cared less, and knowing that Horatio the
Physician could never report this matter to the King shooed
him away with no payment made.
The next day, Horatio the Physician slipped a massive dose of
the same itching powder into the King's loincloth. The King
immediately summoned Nick the Dragon Slayer...
The Moral of the Story: Pay your bills.
"When I was younger, I could remember anything, whether it had happened or not." - Mark Twain