I love getting your jokes and funny stories. Laughter is good for all of us, and you have come to the right place for that!



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A pastor got up one Sunday to preach and announced to his congregation, “I have good news and bad news. The good news is, we have enough money to pay for our new building program.

The bad news is, it’s still out there in your pockets!”


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This one comes from Ray in Florida...

A teenage girl had just been given privileges to drive the family car. The next night, she returned home from a party at 4 a.m. It was almost lunchtime when the girl sleepily walked into the kitchen.

Her father asked, “What time did you get in last night?”

“Oh, not very late, Dad,” she replied nervously.

As he reached for the car keys, the father said, “Then I’ll have to talk with the paperboy about putting my paper under the front wheel of the car.”


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Charles was very quiet and reserved. He and Judy had been married over 30 years. She always nagged him to take her out dancing. Finally, he gave in. During the evening, they both noticed a guy out on the dance floor who never sat down. He was break dancing and moon walking, doing back flips ... he never stopped dancing. Judy turned to Charles and said, “See that guy? Thirty-five years ago, he proposed to me, and I turned him down.”

Charles quickly replied, “Looks like he’s still celebrating!”


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Funniest thing I’ve heard in a while comes to us this month from Karen in Minnesota. Her son came home from his first day at school. She asked, “What did you learn today?”

He said, “Not enough. They want me to come back tomorrow.”


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My wife has a way of putting everything into perspective. We were at church a few weeks ago and I asked her, “Did you see how pleased Mrs. Thomas looked when I told her she didn’t look a day older than her daughter?” Kathy smugly replied, “I didn’t even notice Mrs. Thomas. I was too busy watching the expression on her daughter’s face!”

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I’ll never forget the time I was at the supermarket and noticed an elderly lady slowly pushing her cart through the parking lot. She was really having trouble, so I ran over to her and insisted on taking it over.

After I began pushing the cart, I noticed she kept struggling alongside, doing her best to keep up. She kept wanting to push it, but I wouldn’t let her.

When we got to the store entrance, I said, “Here you go, ma’am,” and gave her the cart.

Catching her breath, she said, “Thank you, but I was using it to lean on!”


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Now that's funny!