A jokes fun club. All the jokes are catalogued and the old members know their numbers. An old member says:
All laugh. Another member:
- Twenty four!
General laugh. A newbie, first time in one session, saw that's enough tell the number of a joke, decides to try:
Absolute silence. Nobody laughs. One of the old members tells him:
- Colleague, doesn't matter the joke, it's important to tell it well.
After making love, the sister and brother are on the bed, leaning on the pillows. Both are sweaty after physical activity and smoke, trying to decrease
heartbeats. The sister says:
- If you sweat while eating soup, you are healthy.
The family got together for Christmas, like every year. After a rich lunch, the grandfather takes care of his only grandson and is telling him one of the
stories of him when he was a soldier during the Second World War.
- What is life?
A priest needed a lawnmower. There was a shop in the village that sold the contraption and he went there. Even the cheapest lawnmower was too expensive for
the priest's tiny budget. The salesman, a parishioner of his, advised him to buy a used lawnmower on the Internet. With the help of a young man from the parish,
he was able to find what he needed. The mower arrived after a few days. The previous owner also sent him instructions for use. The booklet sheets were a little
greasy, but very useful. He read the instructions and decided to fix the lawn in front of the church. He poured fuel into the tank, adjusted the various levers
as he was instructed in the instructions, and pulled the ignition cord. The engine ran but did not start. He repeated the procedure six, seven times, but the
engine remained off. He was starting to get angry and suspect that he had been duped, that a faulty machine was sold to him. He opened his mail account and found
the e-mail of the man who had sold him the lawnmower. He found the seller's phone number the email. He called him and explained what the problem was. The man
The grandson came to visit his paternal grandfather. After some chatter about this and that, the grandson asks:
Here is a fun riddle below. Beware: to solve it, you have to be good at math.
He is 109 years old and his wife 105. They are in front of a judge asking for a divorce. The judge leafs through the cards and then moves
his gaze towards the couple:
An employee, an ugly woman, shows up in front of her boss.
An elderly couple gets out of bed. He addresses her with such kindness:
- It is better to be active today than radioactive tomorrow.
- What is the most important question for safe sex?
- I'm entering an age that when I bend over to tie my shoelaces, I already think what else I could do when I'm already down here.