Dorthy’s husband Frank, an avid angler, died suddenly one day. The local undertaker asked what she wanted the obituary to read. Dorthy asked, “How much is it?”
“A dollar per word,” he replied.
“Okay. I want it to read Frank is Dead.”
The undertaker replied, “I’m sorry ma’am. It’s a six word minimum.”
Dorthy thought for a minute and said, “Okay, let’s have it say ‘Frank is dead, Boat for sale.'”