|Reliving The First Time...|
|A pensioner couple, both about 80, were on a sentimental holiday to the town where they first met. They were sitting in a pub and the man said to his wife, "Remember the first time we had sex together, over fifty years ago? We went round the corner to the gas works. You leaned against the fence and I gave you one from behind."|
"Yes", she says, "I remember it well."
"OK", he says, "How about taking a stroll round there and I'll give you one for old times sake?."
"Ooh George, you devil. That sounds like a good idea," she answered.
There was chap sitting at the next table listening to all this and having a chuckle to himself. He thought, "I've got to see this, two geriatric pensioners having sex against the gas works fence." So he followed them.
The couple walked haltingly along, leaning on each other for support, aided by walking sticks. Finally they got to the back of the gas works and make their way to the fence. The old lady lifted her skirt, took her knickers down and the old man dropped his trousers. She turned around and hung on to the fence just as the old man moved in. Suddenly they erupted into the most furious sex the watching man has ever seen. They were bucking and jumping like eighteen-year-olds. This went on for about forty minutes.
The woman was yelling, "Ohhh God!" and the man was hanging on to her hips for dear life. This was the most athletic sex imaginable. Finally, they both collapsed panting on the ground. The watching guy was amazed. He thought he had learned something about life that he didn't know. He started to think about his own aged parents and wondered whether they still hed sex like this.
After about half an hour of lying on the ground recovering, the old couple struggled to their feet and rearranged their clothes. The guy, still watching, thought, "That was truly amazing. He was going like a train. I've just got to ask him what his secret is."
As the couple tottered past, the chap said to them, "That was something else. You must have been shagging for about forty minutes. How do you manage it? Is there some sort of secret?"
"No, there's no secret," the old man gasped. "Fifty years ago that fence wasn't electrified."