The purple monks

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So there's this guy who just lost his girlfriend and his job on the same day, so he's pretty bummed. He's walking down the street and notices a poster that says: "Join the purple monks and learn the funniest joke in the world!" So he thought to himself, shure why not I don't have anything else better to do. So he goes to the location where he is trained.

After months of reading long phone-books and playing video games, the monks have deemed him ready. So a elder monk shows him the way. They approach a huge mountain and at the base of a mountain are two doors, one to the left, and one to the right. The elder monk says to take the left one. So he opens the door, and he sees some stairs in a plain room. So they walk

up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up the stairs, and they reach a door with a golden handle. He tries to open the door, it's locked. The elder monk says there is a box full of keys down in the door to the right. So they go

Down and down Down and down Down and down Down and down Down and down Down and down Down and down Down and down Down and down Down and down Down and down Down and down Down and down the stairs, and then he opens the door to the right and finds a box full of keys of many different sizes. The monk shows him the right key, and he asks the elder monk why can't he just take the whole box and save the trip? The elder monk says "no it is tradition. you must take only one key for each door. So he grabs the key, and they go

up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up the stairs until they reach the door. He puts the key in, and opens the door to reveal more stairs only with a red carpet. So they go

up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up the stairs and then they come to a metal door. He tries to open it but it's locked. So they go

down and down down and down down and down down and down down and down down and down down and down down and down down and down down and down down and down down and down down and down down and down down and down down and down down and down down and down the stairs. They grab the key and then head

up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up the stairs. He puts the key in, and he opens it to reveal a spiral staircase. So they go

up and around and up and around up and around and up and around up and around and up and around up and around and up and around up and around and up and around up and around and up and around up and around and up and around up and around and up and around up and around and up and around up and around and up and around the stairs. So he reaches the top of the stairs, and tries to open the door, only it's locked. So they go

down and around and down and around down and around and down and around down and around and down and around down and around and down and around down and around and down and around down and around and down and around down and around and down and around down and around and down and around down and around and down and around and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down the stairs, and they grab the key then go up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up up and up and around and around and around and around and around and around and around and around and around and around and around and around and around and around and around and around and around and around the stairs and they put the key in only to reveal a escalator. So they wait and wait wait and wait wait and wait wait and wait wait and wait wait and wait wait and wait wait and wait wait and wait wait and wait wait and wait wait and wait wait and wait wait and wait and they get to a huge silver door bigger than both of them. He tries to open it, only it's locked. So they

wait and wait and wait and wait wait and wait and wait and wait wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait wait and wait wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and go down and around and down and around and down and around and down and around and down and around and down and around and down and around and down and around and down and around and down and around and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down the stairs. The elder monk shows him the key, and it's huge! it's about up to his waist! he tries to pick it up, only the elder monk tells him it weighs 300 pounds. So the elder monk picks it up with him and they go

up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and as they are about to get to the top, the elder monk slips and falls down, the giant key crushing him. So he's all alone now, and he finishes getting up, barley shoving the key in, turning it and opening it, only to reveal more stairs. So he goes

up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and he reaches this beautiful golden door covered in jewels and diamonds and he says this must be the top! he tries to open it, but it's locked. So he goes

down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and goes down and around and down and around and down and around and down and around and down and around and down and around and down and around and down and around and down and around and down and around and goes down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and down and he grabs the key, only he looks at it, and it's thinner than paper! so he carefully picks it up in his hands and goes

up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around and up and around but then he suddenly trips over the dead elder monk's body and drops the key. So he

waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits for his fingernails to grow long enough so he can pick the key up. He picks it up and cups it in his hands and

waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and waits and goes up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up and up until he finally reaches the top. He puts the key in, and he opens the door,

and he sees a beautiful open book. He walks over to it, and reads it.

"so you wanna hear the joke? You gotta be a purple monk to hear the joke."

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