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Warning and Disclaimer:
This joke is cute, but a little bit on the "off-color" side, although it contains not a single bad word, and nothing particularly graphic by way of description...it is only suggested and hinted at....
Nonetheless, you have been warned, so don't read it, then complain if "off-color" stories offend you.
A guy walks into a bar with a frog, takes a seat, and places the frog on the bar.
The barkeep says, "Hey! You can't bring a frog in here!"
Customer replies, "Well, this is a very special frog."
"This frog knows how to make it with the ladies."
"Oh, now I've heard everything!"
"It's true." He beckons a nearby nice-looking woman, who comes and sits next to him. "Ok, froggie, do your thing!"
The frog just sits there, blinking.
"Come on, frog--this is your big moment! Don't just sit there!"
The frog croaks and blinks.
"Frog! You're blowing it!"
The frog blinks.
The customer rises from the bar stool, reaches for his pants and says, "Ok, frog, I'm just going to show you this one last time...."
It escaped me too, but I always kind of admire anyone who has any jokes to post; because, for some reason, nobody I know ever has any jokes - which means I never have any jokes. (Of course, maybe the people I know have them and don't share them with me because they know how clueless I can be sometimes. )
I've studied color theory-- but I guess I missed off-color theory.
Never mind-- it's never good to try to explain a joke.
A bar walks into a bloke..... well, that's how the drunk at the bar told it.
This sounds like something that might work - maybe I'll try it out. Although I'd probably just get slapped. Again.
@Wilderness, and Louis Gonzalez--congratulations on getting the joke!!!
For the rest.... ...the "clues" to "getting the joke" lie in the customer's "special frog" explanation to the bartender, and in the last line of the joke......
and there's your 'off color' bits.... nuff said.
by nicomp really7 years ago
A traveling salesman, a clown, a horse, and a midget walk into a bar...The bartender says "What is this? Some kind of a joke?"
by Liz Elias16 months ago
Take this old line that begins so many gags, and make it your own..."A guy walks into a bar and..."
by MountainManJake4 years ago
What is the corniest joke you know?
by kirstenblog8 years ago
Why are brides always unlucky?.......Because they never marry the Best Man!
by Ron Montgomery6 years ago
Take a break from politics and religion, just share a joke.
by lizzieBoo6 years ago
The old ones are the best ones: get joking!
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