Ranking: 2.54 / 68
This little snail bought a little car and took it to the body shop to have it painted. The service man asked him exactly what he wanted done, and the snail said he wanted little S's painted all around and all over his car. The service man asked him why, and the snail answered "When people see me in my car I want them to say, look at that S-Car-Go!"
Thanks to: Priya - TN - USA.
Ranking: 2.79 / 47
A couple of pigeons made a date to meet on the ledge outside the tenth floor of a skyscraper. The female was there on time, but the male arrived an hour late.
“Where were you? I was worried sick.”
“It was such nice day, I decided to walk.”
Thanks to: Anonymous - USA.
rec.:Oct/7/2003 pub.:Oct/7/2003 sent:Sep/18/2004
Ranking: 2.36 / 94
One day a chicken goes to a library and asked: “ book, book, book”.
The librarian gave the chicken 3 books and the chicken went on its way...
The next day the same chicken came into the library and said “book, book, book”
So the librarian gave the chicken 3 books again... but this time she became suspicious of where the chicken was taking the books... so the librarian decided follow the chicken.
After a while the chicken came to a swamp and stopped besides a frog ... the chicken gave the three books to the frog, and the frog replied: Read it! Read it! Read it!
Thanks to: Curtis - Canada
Ranking: 2.38 / 90
A lion was getting rather old and slow and having difficulty catching its prey. It decided it needed a disguise so that other animals did not know it was a lion and would not run away. So it goes into a fancy dress shop and buys a gorilla suit. It then heads for a watering hole to see if it can catch something with its new disguise. On the way it comes across two eagles sitting on a rock. One eagle says to it "Hi Mr. Lion!" The other said, "Where did you get the gorilla suit?" The lion, rather frustrated, asks, "How did you know I was a lion?" The eagles then started to sing, "You can't hide your lion eyes".
Thanks to: Frank Savidge - London - England - United Kingdom
rec.:Jul/11/2003 pub.:Aug/19/2003 sent:Dec/30/2003