The Ladder to Success

A man is walking along the street when he sees a ladder going up into the sky and clouds where the top of it can’t be seen. It didn’t seem like much of a climb, and being curious, he climbs the ladder. Sooner than he thought possible, he reaches a cloud, upon which sits a rather plump and very ugly woman. She points to where the ladder should be, and the way back down is gone!  The ugly woman says, “Screw me, take this ten dollars, or climb the ladder to Success,” she said. She points upwards, where the man can see the ladder still reaches upwards in the mist.

This is ‘No contest’, thinks the man. So he climbs the ladder to the next cloud. On this cloud is a slightly thinner woman, who is slightly easier on the eyes. She waves ten thousand dollar bills at him. “Screw me hard, take the money, or climb the ladder to Success,” she says. “Well,” thinks the man, who sees the ladder below is gone,”this is interesting. Might as well carry on.”

On the next cloud is an even more attractive lady who, this time, was actually quite lovely. She has a bar of solid gold. “Screw me now and  take my gold, or climb the ladder to Success,” she utters. And yes, the ladder downwards is gone.

As he turns her down and heads  on up the ladder, the man thinks to himself that this is getting better the further he went. On the next cloud was an absolute beauty. Slim, attractive, the lot. And she has a bag of diamonds. “Fuck me crazy here, take all my wealth now or climb the Ladder to Success,” she flirts.

Unable to imagine what could be waiting, and being a gambling man, he decides to climb once again. When he reaches the next cloud, there is a 400 pound ugly man wearing nothing but a filthy loin cloth. Arm pit hair is showing, there are flies buzzing around his head. Beside him is a treasure chest filled with empty bottles of beer and booze.

“Who are you?” the man asks, looking around and seeing the ladder is naturally, gone.

“Hello” said the ugly fat man, “There’s only one thing to do if you want my treasure and a ladder out of here.

“My name is Cess!

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