Retirement or moving away speech - a joke for public speaking.
(Granger, IN, USA)
"Joe's handwriting is very hard to read..." Photo by Stig Andersen
The setting must be a group of people who are saying good bye to someone, a farewell speech. For our purposes, we'll pretend that we're saying bye to a man named Joe.
The speaker gets in front of a group of people and pulls out a piece of paper. He starts reading from the paper, talking about how great Joe is.
"Well, I can tell you that Joe was the greatest human being I have ever met. Quite honestly he was the most sensitive, loving, caring, compassionate, kind, sweet, and..."
At this point the speaker seems to be a little confused as he is trying to make out what's writeen. Finally he says seriously "...ah folks, I can't read this word...as you know, Joe's handwriting is very hard to read..."
After a pause the speaker figures it out. "Oh, it's humble