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Journal of classic jokes discovered

While recently perusing a garage sale searching for antique sieves, we came across a journal of significant importance. This journal contains hundreds, if not thousands, of jokes. What makes this so special and rare of a find is that these are all jokes in progress created by the original author of jokes, that today, we consider classics.

Here’s a sampling from the journal to whet your interest:

The chicken did what?

–          Boy, am I tired. Why? I just flew for five hours in a plane.

–          Why did the chicken cross the road? To conquer its fear.

–          Knock. Knock. Who is there? Me. Me who? Ha, ha, ha, it’s me!

–          A horse walks into a bar and tells the bartender, I’m a fun guy.

–          Doc, it hurts when I do this. Really?! That’s odd. Show me again.

–          Your mama is so fat… How fat is she? She’s so fat that she should consider a diet.

–          It’s SO cold outside… How cold is it? It’s SO cold that I can see my breath.

–          Your dad must be a baker? Why? Because I have a craving for cookies.

–          How do you make a tissue dance? You play some lively, up tempo music.

–          Why do honey melons always get married in churches? Because they can’t musk melon.

(c) 2012 J.R. Miller

About James Miller

James Miller is author of Basie & Paisley Children's Books, including "A Spider Lives In My Belly Button," "A Monstrous Smile," and "A Moose In The Basement."


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