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|Apr-25-12|| ||AylerKupp: But, to get with the program:
Q: Why does the punk rocker cross the road?
A: Because he was stapled to a chicken.
|Apr-25-12|| ||Whitehat1963: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humor|
|Apr-25-12|| ||Whitehat1963: http://www.hnu.edu/ishs/index.htm|
|Apr-25-12|| ||Whitehat1963: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSgR...|
|May-02-12|| ||Whitehat1963: Is that you, John Wayne? Is this me?|
|Sep-06-12|| ||OhioChessFan: A woman decides to spice up her marriage and gets a self help book, which suggests greeting her husband at the door naked. When the husband asks what is going on, she's to tell him "This is my Love Dress. How do you like it?". The woman thinks that's a great idea and decides to try it.|
So that night, the husband comes home, and she greets him, au naturel. The husband says "What is going on here?" The wife says "Oh, this is my Love Dress. How do you like it?". The husband says, "Well, I guess it's okay, but you could of ironed it first."
|Sep-06-12|| ||Fusilli: In the nursing home, an elderly man says to an elderly lady: "Ms. Smith, guess how old I am!" She says: "pull down your pants and underwear and I'll tell you." So, he goes, "Okay!" and proceeds to do just that. The lady looks at his private parts for a good while and says "you are 86 years old". He goes: "Wow, yes, how did you figure that out?" The answer: "You told me over lunch".|
|Sep-13-12|| ||Dionysius1: An old man is walking in the grounds of his retirement home. A beautiful, athletic woman, dressed in tight lycra leotard, a tiara and a short cape jumps out from the bushes
"Ta - da!" she cries "Superwoman!!". The old man gazes at her, tries to remember his youth, and slowly shakes his head and says "Thanks love, I think I'll have the soup"|
|Sep-13-12|| ||HeMateMe: ...uhm...he thinks she is "sever woman", someone at the lunch counter?|
|Sep-13-12|| ||positionalgenius: And I thought my jokes were bad.|
|Sep-14-12|| ||optimal play: So...is the joke that "Superwoman" is mis-heard as "Soup-woman"?|
Is that it?
|Sep-14-12|| ||Dionysius1: The joke is he hears what she says as "TA-DA! Soup or woman" Oh well,I guess you had to be there!|
|Sep-14-12|| ||OhioChessFan: Whereas I thought it was funny and didn't get why people didn't get it.|
|Sep-14-12|| ||TheFocus: That was a funny joke.
Superwoman = "soup or woman". I don't see how anyone did not figure that out.
|Sep-14-12|| ||TheFocus: <positionalgenius> < And I thought my jokes were bad.>|
But, then again, I bet some people missed this one too.
|Sep-14-12|| ||TheFocus: <Joker's Pencil Trick Scene>|
|Sep-14-12|| ||optimal play: <Dionysius1><The joke is he hears what she says as "TA-DA! Soup or woman" Oh well,I guess you had to be there!> LOL! soup OR woman...NOW I get it! Pretty funny.|
|Sep-15-12|| ||Absentee: <OhioChessFan: you could of ironed it first>|
|Sep-15-12|| ||Eggman: <Is that you, John Wayne? Is this me?>|
Weird! I just finished watching Full Metal Jacket a few hours ago, and I was wondering what "Joker" was referring to with the above-quoted lines.
Fantastic film, most especially the boot camp segment!
By the way, did you noticed that "Pile" gives his name as Lawrence at the beginning of the film, but in his last scene "Joker" addresses him as Leonard? I think Kubrick liked playing with the audience in this way.
|Sep-15-12|| ||positionalgenius: And for the TV's so called "Plan"? I know a squealer when I see one...|
|Sep-16-12|| ||OhioChessFan: Why do Italian men like to wear moustaches?
They want to look like their mothers.
|May-01-13|| ||HeMateMe: two rednecks are sitting around, talking.
RN1: You know, elks have sex five times a day.
RN2: That right?
RN1: What's wrong?
RN2? I joined the American Legion, yesterday.
|May-01-13|| ||RookFile: I loved seeing him square off against Batman.|
|May-17-13|| ||Mr. President: http://www.flickr.com/photos/expd/8... Yes, that's me.|
|May-17-13|| ||Abdel Irada: <OhioChessFan: Whereas I thought it was funny and didn't get why people didn't get it.>|
I'm with you on that.
However, as for the joke *you* posted, it was considered old when I heard it in elementary school, although my classmate Roger Bacon found it uproarious.
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