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Ranking: 3.90 / 29
Farmer picks up an American Indian hitch hiking. The Indian is a man of few words but eventually looks at the brown paper bag in between them and asks, "Mmm, What in bag?" The farmer says, "It's a bottle of wine that I got for my wife". Indian thinks for a second and say, "Mmm, good trade".
#23003    
Thanks to: Brian Cooney - USA.
rec.:Aug/6/2012    pub.:May/28/2013    sent:Jun/10/2013


Ranking: 2.89 / 90
A tourist stopped a local in a village he was visiting and asked; “what is the quickest way to the lake? The local thought for a while. “Are you walking or driving?” he asked the tourist. “I’m driving.” “That is the quickest way!” the local said.
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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA.
rec.:Jul/14/2008    pub.:Jul/14/2008    sent:Feb/22/2010


Ranking: 3.80 / 30
A very well-known international furniture and interior decoration D.I.Y. Store recently set up a customer assistance department. The first call they got was from a lady who had purchased a wardrobe early in the morning. She explained that after assembly the wardrobe had crumbled three times when the public transport bus passed in front of her house. The store sent a technician over to her place. He reassembled the wardrobe - which was in the night hall on the second floor - and then went into it to observe what would happen when the bus, which was due a few minutes later, went by. The phone rang just then and the lady went downstairs to take the call. Just then her husband came home from work with a terrible flue condition. Hearing his wife on the phone he trudged upstairs where he found the wardrobe; on opening one of the doors and seeing the man inside he exclaimed "What the dickens are you doing in there!?!" To which the guy replied "I know you'll never believe this, but I'm waiting for the bus!!"
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Thanks to: Jorge Garcia-Maneiro - Milano - Italy
rec.:Apr/4/2013    pub.:Jun/21/2013    sent:Jul/2/2013


Ranking: 2.75 / 102
After trying a new shampoo for the first time, Morris mailed
off an enthusiastic letter of approval to the manufacturer.

Several weeks later he came home from work to a large carton
in the middle of the floor. Inside were free samples of the
many products the same company produced: soaps, detergents,
tooth paste, and paper items... with a "thank you" note from
the manufacturer.
"Well, What do you think?" asked his smiling wife, Ruth.

"I think that next time," Morris replied. "I'm writing to
General Motors."
#14442    
Thanks to: Abi - Perrysburg - Ohio - USA.
rec.:Jan/3/2005    pub.:Jan/13/2005    sent:Jan/24/2008


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