The Twist – Amazing Koala

The Twist

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  1. Alice Grant says:

    “The Twist” is an American pop song written and originally released in early 1959 (having been recorded on 11/11/1958) by Hank Ballard and the Midnighters as a B-side to “Teardrops on Your Letter”. Ballard’s version was a moderate 1960 hit, peaking at number 28 on the Billboard Hot 100. Chubby Checker’s 1960 cover …

  2. Merle says:

    Thank god everybody is on top of the GLARING historical inaccuracy in this joke.

  3. Peter Gozinya says:

    Would be funny except the “Twist” did not come out until 1960.

  4. OLD GRINGO says:

    BOY went over to his girl friends house one night–her dear old dad was eating pea nuts while watching tv–he tossed a peanut in the air to catch in his mouth–he missed his mouth and the nut lodged in his nose– and about the same time the boy friend and daughter walked in the door from seeing a movie and spend a little time at the local lovers lane– so old dad was just about ready to go in to melt down with this nut in his nose–the boy seeing this rush over to try to get this nut out of old dads nose–so the boy was trying to pry the nut out –like pulling-tweaking dads nose but the nut wouldn’t budge–all of a sudden the boy had a brain storm then he just took his hand and popped the back of old dad head and the nut popped right out–then after the boy went home –old dads wife commented how smart the boy was–and that he should be a doctor–then old dad told his wife —IF YOU HAD SMELLED HIS FINGER YOU WOULD HAVE SAID HE SHOULD HAVE BEEN OUR SON IN LAW—

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