Recently my wife purchased an Amazon Alexia device. It can turn on lights, act as a timer, answer a myriad of questions and it can tell jokes! You be the judge of whether or not it can tell good jokes.
I asked a lone wolf for a stick of gum, but she didn’t have a pack.
What do you call a pretty pig?
What do you call a hen who counts her eggs?
What did the Terminator say when he drank his last drop of coffee?
Hasta Barista Baby.
How does James Bond like to sleep?
What do you call an X-wing pilot who does too many barrel rolls?
Why did the chief chase the chickens oat of the restaurant?
Too many clucks in the kitchen.
Why was the chiropractor so busy?
He had back-to-back meetings.
Where does a rhombus post its selfies?
On a parallelogram
Did you read the reviews about the new blender?
It got mixed results.
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
“People will come to love their oppression, to adore the technologies that undo their capacities to think.” ~ Aldous Huxley.
Happy Friday! I hope that 2023 is off to a good start for you and that good things are ahead. It is that time of year when it seems like there is always someone in the family who is sick as germs just keep making their rounds during winter. So grab a tissue and a laugh.
My wife gave me a “Get better soon” card. I am not sick; she just thinks I can be better.
Is it true that when a boat gets sick it goes to the dock?
Is it true that when a horse gets sick it goes to the horsepital?
Is it true that when fish get sick, they go to the sturgeon?
Is it true that when a snake is sick, it should take an anti-hiss-tamine?
Is your cat sick if she is not feline well?
If you get sick at the airport would that be called a terminal illness?
Is it true that most employees get sick on work days because of their weekend immune system?
If you are feeling sick over increasing gas prices at the pump would you have the car owner virus?
If you get sick in space, would you still say the you are under the weather?
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
“I feel more like I do now than I did a little while ago” ~ Mr. Youngerman, my high school chemistry teacher