It's Joke Time - You will enjoy this
These are Filipino (pinoy) jokes you will surely enjoy!
I have been unable to sleep since I broke off our engagement. Can't you forgive and forget? Your absence is breaking my heart. I was a fool, nobody can take your place. I love you.
P.S. Congratulations on winning the lottery.
Erap just disembarked from a PAL flight. A news reporter asked him,
"Sir, what do you think of the economy?"
Erap: I don't know. I was seated in the first class.
What does a woman want for a man?
1) Pleasing PESOnality
2) Good CARacteristics
3) Good family BANKground
4) Good MONEYrism
5) Very CASHual
A Filipino, a Chinese man, and a Japanese guy are in a bar having a drink.
When a gorgeous woman comes up to them and says,
"Whoever can use the words 'liver' and 'cheese' in a creative sentence can have me for tonight."
So the Chinese guy said "I love liver and cheese" then she said "That's not good enough".
The Japanese man said "I hate liver and cheese" then she said "That's not creative".
Finally, the Filipino said "Liver alone, cheese mine!"
A woman walked up to a little old man rocking in a chair on his porch.
"You look so happy. What's your secret for a long happy life?", she said.
"I smoke 3 packs of cigarettes a day and I also drink a case of beer every week, eat fatty food, and never exercise", the man said.
"That's amazing! How old are you?", the woman said.
"Twenty-six years old", he said.
What's the difference between corruption in the US and corruption in the Philippines?
In the US , they go to jail. but In the Philippines , they go to US!
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