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Rated: E · Other · Comedy · #2191662
When a man's hand gets stuck down the drain,his family tries to help him pull it out.
35 year old Mark Robinson was in the kitchen doing the dishes and was putting the used water down the drain,when his wedding ring slipped of his finger and down the drain but Mark caught it just in time but when Mark tried to pull his hand out,it wouldn't come free. Mark pulled and pulled and pulled but his hand just refused to budge and he called out to his wife Rosie,"honey, could you please come give me a hand?"


Rosie came in and was confused to Mark in his current situation until he explained it to her and the two then began to pull and pull with Mark pulling his hand while Rosie pulled his waist but still his hand remained stuck.
Rosie then called the two's son,Peter who came in and soon the tug of war began again as Mark pulled his head,Rosie pulled his waist while Peter pulled the hem of his mother's skirt as the three pulled and pulled and pulled but still Mark's hand didn't move,so Peter called his sister Suzy and his girlfriend Alice,who both laughed at the ridiculousness of the sight in front of them.

The tug of war resumed with Peter pulling his hand, Rosie pulled her husband's waist, Peter pulling his mother's skirt,Suzy pulled her brother's t-shirt and Alice pulled the belt of Suzy's jeans and the six pulled and pulled and pulled while Alice said,"this is just like the enormous turnip where they pulled and pulled" as everyone began to laugh as no one noticed the family dog Baxter grabbed the hem of Alice's skirt and with just a single tug,Peter's hand was pulled from the drain at last,sending everyone tumbling backwards into a heap as Baxter looked on.
"Thank goodness for that" said Peter as he hugged everyone and put his ring back on before everyone went in the living room to watch TV after giving Baxter a treat for his help.
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