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Discussion in 'Joke Forum' started by Gladman, Dec 9, 2014.

  1. Gladman

    Gladman Well-Known Member

    His name was Bubba, he was from Texas ... And he needed a loan, So...
    He walked into a bank in New York City and asked for the loan

    He told the loan officer that he was going to Paris for an
    International redneck festival for two weeks and needed to borrow
    $5,000, and that he was not a depositor of the bank.

    The bank officer told him that the bank would need some form of security for the loan,
    so the Redneck handed over the keys to a new Ferrari. The car was
    parked on the street in front of the bank.

    The Redneck produced the title and everything checked out. The loan officer agreed to hold the car as collateral for the loan and apologized for having to charge 12% interest.

    Later, the bank's president and its officers all enjoyed a good laugh
    at the Redneck from the Texas for using a $250,000 Ferrari as
    collateral for a $5,000 loan. An employee of the bank then drove the Ferrari into the
    bank's private underground garage and parked it.

    Two weeks later, the Redneck returned, repaid the $5,000 and the
    interest of 23.07. The loan officer said, "Sir, we are very happy to
    have had your business, and this transaction has worked out very
    nicely, but we are a little puzzled.

    While you were away, we checked you out on Dunn & Bradstreet and found that you are a distinguished alumni from Texas A & M, a highly sophisticated investor and multi-millionaire with real estate and financial interests all over the world. Your investments include a large number of wind turbines around Sweetwater, Texas. What puzzles us is, why would you bother to borrow $5,000?"

    The good 'ole boy replied, "Where else in New York City can I park my
    car for two weeks for only $23.07 and expect it to be there when I return?"
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