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Stupid Men Jokes Vol.3

QUESTION: What do you call a man with half a brain?
ANSWER: Gifted.


"Daughter," said the old man, sternly, "I positively forbid you marrying this young scapegrace! He is an inveterate poker player!"
"But, papa," tearfully protested daughter, "poker playing is not such an awful habit. Why, at your own club——"
"That's where I got my information, daughter. I'll have no daughter of mine bringing home a man that I can't beat with a flush, a full house, and fours."

QUESTION: What's the difference between government bonds and a typical male?
ANSWER: At some points government bonds will mature.


She: "I'm surprised at Jane's staying out in the boat all this time with a comparative stranger. A woman of thirty is old enough to know better."
He: "Aren't you afraid she is too old to know better?"

Did you hear about the man who won the gold medal at the Olympics?
He had it bronzed.


The Man of Theory: "The great secret of happiness lies in being content with one's lot."
The Man of Practice: "But it has to be a whole lot."

QUESTION: Why do men like masturbation?
ANSWER: It's sex with someone they love.

"I'm so glad to see you. And how did you enjoy your visit to the South?"
"Oh, not very much! There wasn't a soul where I was staying except intimate friends."

QUESTION: What is gross stupidity?
144 men in one room

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A young couple that had received many valuable wedding presents established their home in a suburb. One morning they received in the mail two tickets for a popular show in the city, with a single line:
"Guess who sent them."
The pair had much amusement in trying to identify the donor, but failed in the effort. They duly attended the theatre, and had a delightful time. On their return home late at night, still trying to guess the identity of the unknown host, they found the house stripped of every article of value. And on the bare table in the dining-room was a piece of paper on which was written in the same hand as the enclosure with the tickets:
"Now you know!"

Other Humor & Jokes

The best illustration of the value of brief speech reckoned in dollars was given by Mark Twain. His story was that when he had listened for five minutes to the preacher telling of the heathen, he wept, and was going to contribute fifty dollars, after ten minutes more of the sermon, he reduced the amount of his prospective contribution to twenty-five dollars, after half an hour more of eloquence, he cut the sum to five dollars. At the end of an hour of oratory when the plate was passed, he stole two dollars.