July 24, 2007

National Old Joke Day

Great Scot

In my continuing effort to provide edifying grist for this mill, I want to point out that today is National Old Joke Day. In honor of this occassion, I submit the following:

Q: How much does a pirate pay to get his ears pierced?
A: A Buccaneer.

Q: What's a Grecian Urn?
A: About a buck and a half an hour.

Q: Why don't oysters give to charity?
A: Because they're shellfish.

and finally, to get people some people in my household riled up:

She was soooooooooooooo blonde...
... she sent me a fax with a stamp on it.
... she thought a quarterback was a refund.
... she tried to put M&M's in alphabetical order
... she thought Eartha Kitt was a set of garden tools.
... she thought General Motors was in the Army.
... she spent 20 minutes looking at the orange juice can because it said "concentrate".

Have a humorous day.


monolog said...

Q: What did the monkey say when it got its tail chopped off?
A: "It won't be long now!"

HandmaidenforHim said...

What do you call a deer with a bad eye?
A. A bad eye-dear.

Dani said...


Lok said...

Q: How many W girls does it take to change a lightbulb?
A: Three. One to change the lightbulb, one to design a t-shirt for the occasion and one to write a song about it.


Okay, so you probably have to have attended Mississippi University for Women to get that one.

I know. Don't quit my day job. ;-)