This is a joke I found on someone else's blog.
It's quite funny actually ...
A soldier in the army was transferred to a new post, and his officer commanding sent with him a letter to his new superior stating that the man was a recalcitrant gambler.
“Your reputation precedes you, I hear you’re a great gambler,” remarked the soldier’s new officer. “What do you bet on?”
“Sir, I bet on everything and anything. For example, I’ll bet with you $30 that you have a birth-mark on your backside.”
The officer, forgetting his dignity under the temptation of an easy $30, said, “I’ll take you up on that,” whereupon he dropped his pants and quickly won $30.
The officer wrote to the soldier’s former commander and told him of the incident.
The former commander wrote back: “This guy hasn’t changed a bit. He has won $100 from me. Before he left, he betted with me that within 10 minutes of meeting you, he’d have your pants off.”
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