The insurance agent was having quite an easy time selling Mrs. Cunningham insurance on her husband's life. In fact he thought it was too easy.
When all the details were finalized Mrs. Cunningham casually asked, "Now if my husband should die tomorrow what would I get?"
"That would depend entirely," the insurance man replied, "on how the evidence is presented to the jury."
Little Johnny went fishing with his dad, who had his fishing license on the back of his hat.
After a while they had caught no fish when Little Johnny offered the following suggestion: "Dad, turn your hat around so the fish can see your license."
Three politicians were in a heated discussion as to which one was the best liar. As the discussion was getting louder and louder the bartender suggested they have a liars contest. After agreeing to the rules the first says, "I have never told a lie,"
The second indicated that he was not capable of telling a lie.
The third won the prize as he assured the bartender that, "The other two had told the exact truth."
"Oh doctor, something is the matter with me, but I don't know what. I feel terrible, but I don't know how. And I have the most awful pain, but I don't know where."
The doctor replied, "Well, I will prescribe something for you, but I don't know what. You will use it for three days, but I don't know how. It will cure you, but I don't know when."