Go Git Ya Momma
The Boudreaux family from south Louisiana was
visiting the city and the mall for the first
time in their life.
Boudreaux and T-Boy were strolling around
while the wife (Marie) shopped.
They were amazed by almost everything they saw,
but especially by two shiny, silver walls that
could move apart and then slide back together
T-boy asked, "Mais Paw, What's dat?"
Boudreaux (never having seen an elevator)
responded, "T-boy, I dunno. I ain't never
seen anything like that in my whole life,
I ain't got no idea'r what it is."
While T-boy and his father, Boudreaux were
watching with amazement, a fat old lady in
a wheel chair rolled up to the moving walls
and pressed a button.
The walls opened and the lady rolled between
them into a small room.
The walls closed and T-boy and Boudreaux
watched the small circular numbers above
the walls light up sequentially.
They continued to watch until it reached
the last number and then the numbers began
to light in the reverse order.
Then the walls opened up again and a gorgeous,
voluptuous 24-year-old blonde woman stepped
Boudreaux, not taking his eyes off the young
woman, said quietly to his Son,
"T-Boy, go git ya Momma........."