Thursday, April 11, 2013

J is for Jokes

Joke 1:


What do you call a fake noodle?

An Impasta.

Joke 2:



What do you call an alligator in a vest?

An Investigator.

Joke 3:





A blonde goes into a computer store and asks the clerk “Where do you keep the curtains for computers?” The clerk answers with a puzzled face “Curtains for computers? You don’t need curtains for computers.” The blonde’s eyes widen and she shakes her head as she answers “Hello!?? My computer has Windows!!”

And that my friends are my Jokes for the day.










14 comments:

Sharon Himsl said...

LOL You made my day, Kathy. Love the dumb blonde joke.

Patricia Lynne said...

Is it bad I laughed at those jokes?

Marcy said...

Fun jokes. Now if I can remember them when I want to share them.

Kirsten said...

Ha ha! Love the windows joke. :-)
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Teresa Coltrin said...

Love these. I can use the first two on my grandkids.

AWritersTale said...

Here is a witty little joke I found funny that I felt I could share with you, "Today's kids will never know the feeling of slamming a phone shut after an argument, now all you can do is poke your screen in an angry rage."

Though, perhaps, slamming the phone down on the receiver may have been more satisfying in a slightly older era.

Sally @ Breaking Cover said...

I must admit I had a little chuckle. Thanks for making me smile.

Kathy Collier said...

Hey Sharon: Glad I could make you laugh. I chuckled too when I wrote them. Thanks for stopping by.

Kathy Collier said...

Hi Patricia Lynne:
No, it's not bad. Glad I could put a smile on your face.

Kathy Collier said...

Hey Marcy:
I'm the same way. Leave it to me to screw up a joke. I sure love to laugh at them though.

Kathy Collier said...

Hi Kirsten: Me too, that was my favorite one. I hadn't heard any new blonde jokes in awhile.

Kathy Collier said...

Teresa: I love telling my grandkids jokes. Glad I could help.

Kathy Collier said...

Hi Sally: Glad to put a smile on your face any day. I make sure every morning when I get ready, before I leave the mirror, I check for the smile. It always helps to see myself smiling back before I walk out the door.

Susan Flett Swiderski said...

All right! My kinda corny jokes.