Ranking: 2.55 / 76
When visiting South Africa, Daniel the Englishman asked a South African the question:
"Why is it that some South Africans say 'Ja' (pronounced as "ya") while others say 'Yes' if they have the same meanings?"
"Clever people say 'Yes' while stupid people say 'Ja'," was his reply.
"So, are you clever?" asked Daniel.
"Ja," replied the South African.
Thanks to: Alice - United Kingdom
rec.:Dec/4/2008 pub.:Dec/19/2008 sent:Sep/5/2009
Ranking: 2.43 / 94
Going to the travel agent’s office, the moron said, “I’d like a round-trip ticket, please.”
“Where to?” the agent asked.
“Why, back here, naturally.”
Thanks to: Anonymous - USA.
rec.:Sep/17/2003 pub.:Sep/17/2003 sent:Oct/15/2003
Ranking: 2.69 / 58
Did you know the most difficult job in the US Military is being a Navy Pilot?
I guess it is really hard to make the boats fly!
Thanks to: Heaven Neil - 1807 Morter Place - Rogers - USA.
rec.:Aug/7/2007 pub.:Oct/3/2007 sent:Mar/7/2009
Ranking: 2.64 / 61
A ventriloquist is working in a small rural town and during his show a local stands up and yells, "HEY YOU! ON STAGE! You been making smart-aleck remarks about us small-town folk being stupid all night long! We're not all stupid, ya know!" "Relax" said the ventriloquist, "They're just jokes!" "I'm not talking to you, sir!" The rube replied, "I'm talking to that little fella sitting on your knee!"
Thanks to: Kim Rosel - USA.
rec.:Jul/3/1998 pub.:Jul/3/1998 sent:Jul/3/1998