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Whats Your Favorite Joke? (Please don't report bad jokes)

 
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Jul 19, 2009 13:00 |  #2341
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bjordan wrote in post #8306309 (external link)
One year for my ex's birthday, I got a nice gift basket and put some sponges, gloves, toilet brush, dish soap, windex, a bottle of bleach (the good stuff)... you know, all the things women like.

Women can be so ungrateful.

Humm! now we know why it's the ex.


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Jul 20, 2009 09:38 as a reply to  @ F4 Cyborg's post |  #2342

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I know I put this in before but as we're on the man vs. woman thing ...
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Heh, is that a volume knob I see? Why doesn't it do anything when I turn it?

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As long as we are still on men vs. women.

Why did the woman cross the road?
Wait, better question, why is she out of the kitchen!?

Don't hate me :)

No longer funny. May have been hilarious in the 50's, but it's not the 50's anymore.


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Jul 20, 2009 09:42 |  #2343

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I'd use this as my facebook status, but my girlfriend would kill me.

Better a quick death than the slow one she has planned for you.




  
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Jul 20, 2009 11:41 as a reply to  @ Willie's post |  #2344

Actually, she won't kill him. She'll just make him wish she had killed him!

There are many things far, far worse than death.




  
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Jul 20, 2009 12:02 |  #2345

pennypue wrote in post #8306238 (external link)
LOL,

Why do brides wear white?
Because all the kitchen appliances should match.

This also explains the rise in popularity of stainless steel appliances.
Every woman is out there looking for her knight in shining armor.....to match the other appliances.;)

(OK, so I thought it was funny! Especially since my BF does all the cooking. :))


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Jul 20, 2009 12:29 |  #2346

I found this today - just another reason why I love wikipedia :lol::


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Jul 20, 2009 13:23 |  #2347

Guineh wrote in post #8311359 (external link)
No longer funny. May have been hilarious in the 50's, but it's not the 50's anymore.

Oh lighten up, don't take this thread too seriously.


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Jul 20, 2009 13:28 |  #2348

Gibbo wrote in post #8312502 (external link)
Oh lighten up, don't take this thread too seriously.

Quite right.

Most all humor makes fun of some person, institution, situation or group. No one should be exempt.

If you can't take the heat stay out of the kitchen. :lol:


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Jul 20, 2009 13:51 |  #2349

Aside from PotN moderators. Did you hear about that poor guy who started posting jokes about the mods. Sounds like he'll never be able to look at an L series lens the same again. I wonder how long it took to extract?


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Jul 20, 2009 14:15 |  #2350

C'mon Marcus, get your facts straight. No self respecting POTN Mod would ever do that to an L lens. That was a Phoenix 650-2600mm (external link) :lol:


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Jul 20, 2009 15:07 as a reply to  @ Skip Souza's post |  #2351

When consistency is not a vice (quoting Alfred E. Neuman): "I'm not prejudice. I hate everyone!"


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Jul 20, 2009 16:54 |  #2352

A guy is walking through a quiet Scottish town, and seeing a pub with the most beautifully made and ornate door, decides he should go in for a drink. The barman welcomes him, and asks "did you see our door?" The visitor comments on how much he liked it. "Well you see" says the barman "I made that door, with my own two hands and a months labor. Best door in town, but do they call me Frank the door maker?" The visitor also comments on the bar itself, made of a rich dark wood, and polished mirror smooth. "Ah, you like this bar do you?" says the barman "I made this bar myself out of a single tree trunk, and carved and polished it to the thing of beauty you now see. But do they call me Frank the bar maker? Oh no?" The visitor orders a Guinness and the barman takes his time and makes a perfect pour. "What do you think of that pour?" He asks. "Is that not a perfect Guinness, settled, minimal head, and I even did the little clover leaf thing. But do they call me Frank the barkeeper, or Frank the Guinness pourer? Oh no. I tell you though, you get caught with your pants down behind one goat."


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Jul 20, 2009 17:12 |  #2353
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That was ba ah ah ah ah dddddd
you oughta feel a bit sheepish after that one.


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Jul 20, 2009 18:18 |  #2354

Ha! That reminds me of a true story from anthropology class (not a joke per se).

A researcher was struggling with the meaning of one person's name in the language, and his host wouldn't tell him what it meant. Finally, he deduced that it meant something like "He who farted."

He asked his host, who laughed, confirmed the translation and explained the name. In a coucil meeting years before, the guy had cleared out the lodge when he ripped a big wet stinky, so they had called him that ever since.

The researcher asked, "But why is he still called that so many years later? Has he farted in a meeting since then?" The reply was, "Nobody has done it since."

Which was the point. It's more than a nickname, it's a small society sanction against offensive behavior.


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Jul 20, 2009 18:29 |  #2355

Citizensmith wrote in post #8313736 (external link)
A guy is walking through a quiet Scottish town, and seeing a pub with the most beautifully made and ornate door, decides he should go in for a drink. The barman welcomes him, and asks "did you see our door?" The visitor comments on how much he liked it. "Well you see" says the barman "I made that door, with my own two hands and a months labor. Best door in town, but do they call me Frank the door maker?" The visitor also comments on the bar itself, made of a rich dark wood, and polished mirror smooth. "Ah, you like this bar do you?" says the barman "I made this bar myself out of a single tree trunk, and carved and polished it to the thing of beauty you now see. But do they call me Frank the bar maker? Oh no?" The visitor orders a Guinness and the barman takes his time and makes a perfect pour. "What do you think of that pour?" He asks. "Is that not a perfect Guinness, settled, minimal head, and I even did the little clover leaf thing. But do they call me Frank the barkeeper, or Frank the Guinness pourer? Oh no. I tell you though, you get caught with your pants down behind one goat."

It's better with a real Scottish name like Shamus the Goat F***er.



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