So here goes the first joke:
A vampire walks into a coffee shop and asks the barista:
"Do you have hot water?"
the barista says that they do and asks the vampire why:
"You're a vampire; you guys drink blood, right?"
the vampire replies:
"Of course we do; but I have this tampon to make tea."
and the second joke:
A giraffe walks into a bar and says, "High balls on me!"
LOL! I thought this was going to be on joke about a vampire and a giraffe. Seems like a good set up.
Woodworm with no teeth walks into a bar and says;
"is the bar tender here??"
Think about... it will come to you in the end.... lol
LeanMan - I might have to think about that for a bit. I've read it several times and still don't get it. But I will, I promise.
DarkSinistar - Probably should have explained better, haha. I'll have to find a good Vampire and Giraffe joke. Maybe I can fuse both together somehow.
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 lizzieBoo6 years ago
The old ones are the best ones: get joking!
by Daffy Duck21 months ago
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by Liz Elias6 years ago
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by Liz Elias11 months ago
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by Martin Heeremans3 years ago
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