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I’ve Fallen and I Can’t Giddy Up! Horse Jokes

What did the horse say when it fell? I’ve fallen and I can’t giddyup! How long should a horse’s legs be? Long enough to reach the ground! What do you ask a sad horse? Why the long face? Did you … Continue reading

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An Interview with a Water Buffalo by Alex Berg

The following interview was conducted on behalf of the United Water Buffalo Council, an organization dedicated to preserving the rich history and culture of this magnificent creature. First off, thanks for taking the time to sit down with us. My … Continue reading

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Lawyer Jokes Part 2

Here’s some more jokes for our bulging “lawyer jokes” file: What’s the difference between a porcupine and two lawyers in a Porsche? The porcupine has the pricks on the outside. Why does California have the most lawyers, and New Jersey … Continue reading

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Funny Thanksgiving Quotes

According to Reba McEntire, “To succeed in life, you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone and a funny bone. We agree. Here’s some zingers to help you through Thanksgiving Dinner: Thanksgiving is an emotional holiday. People travel thousands of … Continue reading

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Rodent Jokes: These are Nutty!

Why do squirrels sleep on their backs? To keep their nuts dry! Which ballet do squirrels like best? The Nutcracker! Why did the chipmunk cross the road? To prove to the possum that it could be done! What is a … Continue reading

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Outlandish Oxymorons Revealed!

What do jumbo shrimp, fun run & Civil War all have in common? They are all oxymorons! Here’s what Webster says about oxymorons: Oxymoron [ok-si-MOHR-uh] noun A figure of speech by which a locution produces an seemingly self-contradictory effect. Here’s a few … Continue reading

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Oh Please! Portmanteaus

English would be so boring if it never changed. Portmanteaus are new words that are formed by joining two others and combining their meanings. See if you can guess which to words were combined to make these mashups: Muppet Ginormous … Continue reading

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Phyllis Diller on Motherhood

94-year-old Phyllis Diller didn’t start her career in comedy until she was in her late 30’s. Raising 6 children gave her plenty of material. Here are a few of Diller’s observations on her days as a housewife: My cooking is … Continue reading

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Sexto de Mayo- Did I Do That?

Cinco de Mayo, though originally meant to celebrate Mexican heritage, has become a day that is synonymous with party! Ah! Tacos burritos, guacamole, nachos platters washed down with Tequila Sunrises, Marguerites, and cold Dos XXs all enjoyed with a decibel-laden … Continue reading

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Tabloid, Desperate for Respect, Scorns Octomom and Levy Johnston

In a bold attempt to gain the esteem of  mainstream media, The National Enquirer has sworn off coverage of Levy Johnston and Nadya Suleman. The Enquirer felt deeply hurt by its exclusion from the White House Correspondents Dinner last Saturday … Continue reading

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