The Yugo and the Rolls-Royce
A man was driving his Yugo when he pulled up next to a Rolls-Royce at a stoplight. The driver of the Yugo rolled down his window and shouted to the driver of the Rolls, "Hey, that’s a nice car. Do you have a phone in your Rolls? I’ve got a phone in my Yugo!" The driver of Rolls looks over and says simply, "Yes, I have a phone."
The driver of the Yugo says, "Wonderful! Say, do you have a refrigerator in there too? I’ve got a fridge in the back seat of my Yugo!" The driver of the Rolls, looking annoyed, says, "Yes, I have a refrigerator."
The driver of the Yugo says, "That’s wonderful! Say, do you have a television in there, too? You know, I have a TV in the back seat of my Yugo!" The driver of the Rolls, looking very annoyed by now, says, "Of course I have a television. A Rolls-Royce is the finest luxury car in the world!"
The driver of the Yugo says, "It’s a very cool car! Say, do you have a bed in there, too? I have a bed in the back of my Yugo!"
Upset that he did not have a bed, the driver of the Rolls-Royce sped away, and went straight to the dealership, where he promptly ordered that a bed be installed in the back of the Rolls. The next morning, the driver of the Rolls picked up the car, and the bed looked superb, complete with silk sheets and brass trim. It was clearly a bed fit for a Rolls Royce.
So the driver of the Rolls begins searching for the owner of the Yugo. After searching all day, late at night, he finally found the Yugo parked, with all the windows fogged up from the inside. The driver of the Rolls-Royce got out of his magnificent vehicle and knocked on the door of the Yugo. When there wasn’t any answer, he knocked and knocked, and eventually the owner of the Yugo stuck his head out, soaking wet. "I now have a bed in the back of my Rolls-Royce," the driver of the Rolls stated condescendingly.
The driver of the Yugo looked at him in disbelief and said, "You got me out of the shower for that?"
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