Have you ever noticed the opening lines to quite a few jokes are funnier that the joke itself? The first line should be so outrageous no one can possibly guess where you're going with the joke. Here are just a few of mine.
Two frogs are at the beach......
A nun and a camel are on a train.....
My grandmother noticed her dog had a funny look on his face.....
A tatoo artist finds a lizard in his bathroom........
Feel free to add on
by kingbyname 7 years ago
Try as I might, for the last two days I just can't seem to get these lines out of my head:"Please allow me to introduce myselfI'm a man of wealth and taste."These are the opening lines from The Rolling Stones' Sympathy for the Devil.I think it's because the evil seems to be of the urbane...
by pmorries 4 years ago
What do you say when someone tells you a prejudice or sexist joke?I hate it when someone says, "I am not prejudice, but...". What do you do in these situation? Do you have any advice for me?
by Oztinato 2 years ago
Is it OK to tell atheist jokes?Was Richard Dawkin's book "Brief Candle in the Dark" really just about his honeymoon?Is it acceptable to make such atheist jokes online?
by PeterStip 2 years ago
Can you make jokes about religion or is it unethical?Do you have to be political correct and be serious when you talk about religions or can you make jokes about God,Allah,Christ and Mohamed? Is making jokes about faith a sign of bad manners, unethical and offensive or a healthy and a more humane...
by HumanPerception 7 years ago
Why do people make cruel jokes about the Japan disaster?
by Ian Stiglingh 3 years ago
"Why did the chicken cross the road?"To get to the other side of course but has the humour in this joke vanished because of its fame?
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