Ranking: 3.24 / 141
''I’m getting a divorce,'' said Jack to his mate, Bill. ‘The wife hasn’t spoken with me for six months.''
Bill thought for a moment and then replied,’ Just make sure you know what you’re doing, Jack. Wives like that are hard to find''
Thanks to: Anonymous - Venezuela
rec.:Jan/14/2005 pub.:Jan/25/2005 sent:Dec/15/2008
Ranking: 3.06 / 189
Two women, who are dog owners, are arguing which dog is smarter.
First woman: My dog is so smart. Every morning he waits for the paperboy to come around and then he takes a newspaper and brings it to me.
Second woman: I know.
First one: How?
Second one: My dog told me.
Thanks to: Donna Stuckert - USA.
rec.:Feb/20/1999 pub.:Feb/20/1999 sent:Aug/13/2009
Ranking: 2.88 / 246
A neighbor of mine was bit by a stray rabid dog. I went to see how he was and found him writing furiously. I told him rabies could be cured and he didn't have to worry about a will. He said, "Will, what will? I'm making a list of people I'm gonna bite."
Thanks to: Carlos Cruz
rec.:Jun/13/2001 pub.:Jun/13/2001 sent:Apr/2/2003
Ranking: 3.08 / 166
Once upon a time there was a famous sea captain. This captain was very successful at what he did; for years he guided merchant ships all over the world. Never did stormy seas or pirates get the best of him. He was admired by his crew and fellow captains. However, there was one thing different about this captain. Every morning he went through a strange ritual. He would lock himself in his quarters and open a small safe. In the safe was an envelope with a piece of paper inside. He would stare at the paper for a minute, and then lock it back up. Afterwards, he would go about his daily duties. For years this went on, and his crew became very curious. Was it a treasure map? Was it a letter from a long lost love? Everyone speculated about the contents of the strange envelope.
One day the captain died at sea. After laying the captain's body to rest, the first mate led the entire crew into the captain’s quarters. He opened the safe, got the envelope, and opened it and... The first mate turned pale and showed the paper to the others. Four words were on the paper; two lines with two words each:
Thanks to: Melanie P
rec.:Oct/2/2000 pub.:Oct/2/2000 sent:May/4/2014