Doug was writing his last will and testament in his nursing home. He was surrounded by his wife, his three daughters and his nurses.
Slowly he went through each family member and told them what they stand to inherit after he has passed away.
“My daughters, each of you will take my offices in the city, my apartments in the east end and the Mayfair houses,” he said. Doug then turned to his wife and added: “My darling, you will take all of the residential buildings on the banks of the river.”
The nurses had been caring for Doug for several months now and were shocked to discover how much property he owned. One of the nurses, curious to know how he gained all of this property, leaned over to his wife and whispered: “Your husband must have worked very hard to have accumulated all of this property.”
Doug’s wife looked at the nurse in confusion and replied: “Property? No! The old bugger is leaving us his paper route!”