Bubbles and Barbie, two blonde sisters, had promised their uncle, who had been a seafaring gentleman all his life, to bury him at sea when he died.
In due time, he did pass away, and the two blondes kept their promise. They set off from Clearwater Beach with their uncle all stitched up in a burial bag and loaded him onto their rowboat.
After a while Bubbles said, “Do you think we’re out far enough, Barbie?”
Barbie slipped over the side. Finding the water only knee deep, she said, “Nope, not yet, Bubbles.” So they rowed a little farther out.
Again Bubbles asked Barbie, “Do you think we’re out far enough now?”
Once again Barbie slipped over the side and almost immediately said, “No, this will never do; the water is only up to my chest.”
So on they rowed and rowed and rowed, and finally Barbie slipped over the side and disappeared. Quite a bit of time went by, and poor Bubbles was really getting worried when suddenly Barbie broke the surface, gasping for breath.
“Well, is it deep enough yet, sis?”
“Yes, finally. Hand me the shovel.”