We haven’t posted many jokes lately, so here’s one. Credit or blame goes to Carin who saw it on Facebook and knew I would laugh. Q: What’s the difference between black eyed peas and chickpeas? A: Black Eyed Peas can sing us a tune, but chickpeas can only hummus one.
I wish I’d thought of this. I may have to use it some Halloween. I walked into a coffee shop on Halloween to find the woman behind the counter with a bunch of sponges pinned to her uniform. “I’m assuming this is a costume, but just what are you supposed to be?” I asked. The …
I woke up first thing this morning to a tap on my door. My plumber has a weird sense of humour.
This story happened a while ago in Dublin, and even though it sounds like an Alfred Hitchcock tale, it’s true. John Bradford, a Dublin University student, was on the side of the road hitch-hiking on a very dark night and in the midst of a big storm. The night was rolling on and no car …
I’m attracted to women of colour, but I can’t date them. Apparently my wife is a racist.
When my 14-year-old son, Patrick, stepped up to the plate during a Colt League baseball game, the young announcer declared, “Now batting, the right fielder, number 12, Pathogen!” After some confusion in the stands, the announcer came back on over the loudspeaker. “Sorry folks, that’s PAT Hogan!”
I’m really angry! Every morning a huge German Shepherd poos on my front lawn. Today, to make matters worse, he brought his dog!
I’ve just accidentally sent a naked photo of myself to everyone in my address book. Not only is it embarrassing, it’s cost a fortune in stamps.
If you have access to one you might already know this, but your digital assistant (Google, Siri, probably Alexa) will tell you a joke if you ask. I do this sometimes for my own amusement or in search of a joke I can send to my family. Plenty of these jokes are not very good, …
A guy says to the bartender, “My wife and I are trying to make a baby.” “Congratulations,” says the bartender. “Thanks,” the guy replies. “We’re almost done. We just need to find a head and a left foot.”