The elderly couple decided to honeymoon
It was their 50th wedding anniversary and the elderly couple, in their 70’s, decided to relive the honeymoon.
When they arrived at the hotel where they had stayed that first night they found the lobby full of people.
They made their way up to the desk and were informed that there was a convention in town.
Luckily they had made a reservation in advance requesting the same room.
They went up to the room, unpacked, then went down into the dining room and had a fine meal, ordering the same food and wine and after dining returned to their room.
The husband, as he had done before, ordered champagne from room service.
As they were preparing for bed the wife, slightly intoxicated said,
“Honey, remember our first night? You stood by the door, I stood over by the window, and we ran to each other and I jumped up right into your arms.”
“How can I forget,” he said, “you looked so beautiful.”
“Let’s do it that way again.”
“No way,” he said, “we’re too old for that foolishness now.”
“Nonsense.” she replied, backing up to the window.
“OK,” he said, “why not?”
They took off all their clothes, she hollered go, and they ran at each other. and missed.
She hit the door with a bang, and he went flying out the window.
As luck would have it, the room was only on the second floor and the old man landed in a dumpster full of cardboard boxes.
He was shaken up a bit, but unhurt. He began looking around to see what he could find to cover himself with.
There was nothing. Just then a bellhop came around the corner.
He called him over and asked him to get a robe or a towel, anything so he could get back to his room.
The bellhop said, “Come with me now and I’ll take you through the lobby.”
“The lobby!” he said, “It’s crowded with people and I’m undressed.”
“No problem,” said the bellhop, there’s no one in the lobby.
“If we hurry no one will see you.”
The old man said, “Where did all the people go?”
The bellhop answered, “Oh, they’re all up on the second floor watching the hotel doctor and the plumber trying to pry some old lady off a doorknob.”