A good laugh: The plumber old lady

January 6, 2018

By Eddy Montilla.

“What on earth are you doing there, man?” An old lady asked a person who was peeing near her garden.

“I’m not a man! I’m a building with a leaking water pipe.” He said while laughing at her.

The old lady went home and came back soon wearing protector safety glasses, holding an electric saw and dragging a huge club hammer.

“Who are you, old lady?” The man asked.

“I’m not an old lady. I’m a plumber who came to fix your pipe!!”

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A good laugh: It’s not my fault

September 18, 2017

By Eddy Montilla

“All these F’s deserve a good thrashing!” A father says after watching his son’s grades.

“I agree with you, dad. Change your clothes and follow me: I will take you to the teacher’s house!”

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A good laugh: Amnesia

May 29, 2017

By Eddy Montilla.

A little flamingo and a skunk were riding a tandem bicycle at the park when they lost balance, fell off it, hit their heads and don’t remember who they are.

“You have long thin legs and pink feathers.” The skunk said to its friend.

“I am a flamingo!” The skunk’s friend said happily.

“And you, no offense intended, smell very bad and people don’t want to touch it.”

The skunk, after listening that, runs crying to the place where its mother was and asks her: “Mom, is it true that I’m a piece of sh…t?

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A good laugh: Fruits? No, thanks

May 29, 2017

By Eddy Montilla.

Explanatory Note: The following joke is a made-up story by the author with the sole purpose of providing fun for the readers. Therefore, it does not have the slightest intention of making fun of people for their sexual orientation.

40 years later after their last meeting, some friends are at a bar bragging about how strong they were as womanizer.

“When I was young, I had as many women as grapes you can count in a bunch.” A man said.

“Well, I had as many girls as bananas you can see in a bunch.” The oldest of the group replied.

“And how about you, Frank? They asked a tall and lanky man, well known for his effeminacy.

“Me? He said with girlish voice. “I don’t like fruits!!”

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