Two Eskimos sitting in a kayak were chilly. When they lit a fire in the craft it sank, proving once and for all that you can’t have your kayak and heat it too.
Q: What do you call a 3.14′ long snake?
A: A πthon.
A customer comes up to me – a customer service rep at a supermarket – with a can of table salt.
Here’s a photo of a dude who takes his barbecue outfit along as he follows the yellow line. However, if you look closely at the highlighted area, those grillin’ tools are going to need some serious scrubbing after picking up a collection of bugs and dirt from the road, much like your windshield does.
Here are more punny comments by native wits who frequent one of the news sites I read.
Today I was reading news articles on my iPad. I noticed that over the past week, every now and then there’s an article where the author appears to be paid by the word, based on the totally superfluous garbage used to set the scene, as if they were writing a play.
I was listening to some radio quiz program called Says You! while on the road shortly after February 14, and the theme was Valentine’s day. The host gave the name Maria Sklodowska and asked the panel to name her partner. After much humorous banter, the panel finally guessed that she married Pierre Curie, at which point one of the panelists remarked that she then became a madam. The host closed it out by noting that the Curies had a long and glowing relationship .
I and two of my friends are at a convenience store buying drinks. My friend’s drink is $2.73 including tax. He hands the cashier exactly $2.73. But the cashier doesn’t take it.