A sale representative stops at a small manufacturing plant. He presents a box of cigars to the manager as a gift.
“No, thanks,” says the plant manager. “I tried smoking a cigar once, but I didn’t like it.”
The sales rep shows his display case and then, hoping to clinch a sale, offers to take the manager out for a round of drinks.
“No, thanks,” the plant manager replies. “You know, I tried alcohol once, but didn’t like it.
Then the salesman glances out the office window and sees a golf course.
“I suppose you play golf,” says the salesman. “I’d like to invite you to be a guest at my club.”
“That’s kind of you, but no, thanks,” the manager says. “I played golf once, but I didn’t like it.”
Just then a young man enters the office.
“Let me introduce my son, Mike,” says the plant manager.
“Let me guess,” the salesman replies. “An only child?”