They had to play the cheapest bills in the smallest towns. As a result, they were on the verge of starvation. Their clothes were threadbare. Worn and knocked about, both looked years older than they were. They arrived in a small town, and even though it was bitterly cold, they were forced to walk the mile to their shabby boarding house.
As they walked, a well-dressed couple, laughing and enjoying life, went by in a fancy car. The juggling wife said, "They don't have a bad life."
The juggling husband said, "I bet they can't juggle!"
[Note: This joke was furnished by Glen Carter of Fayetteville, North Carolina]