A good laugh: Good occupation

August 10, 2017

By Eddy Montilla.

“By observing your likes, it is possible to know your occupation in the future.” A teacher said to her students. “Let’s see, tell me what part of my body you prefer and I will tell you what you will be some day.”

“I like your nails, Miss Baker.”

“Well, you will probably be manicurist, Angela.”

“I love your eyes, Miss Baker.”

“You might be a good oculist, John.”

“Don’t worry about me.” Ron said. “I know exactly what I want to be: A good milker!”

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A good laugh: Diving into nothing

June 27, 2017

By Eddy Montilla.

A man, gun in hand, goes directly to his bedroom where his wife and a man are with only their feet sticking out from under the sheets.

“It is not what you think, darling. He is my scuba-diving instructor and he was teaching me about what we can see when we swim underwater.” His wife said.

“That’s absolutely right, sir.” The man, clearly nervous, said. “And by the way, that sea is huge, but there is nothing there. Believe me, sir. I was diving for hours and I couldn’t even find a little fish.”

The woman, flew into a rage when she heard that and said to her husband:

“Jason, please, don’t waste your bullets. I will kill this as…hole with my own hands!

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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: The judoka ant

May 14, 2017

By Eddy Montilla.

Hundreds of ants, tired of seeing their anthill destroyed by the footsteps of a giraffe, leap at its throat. The giraffe, with a couple of shakes, knocked all of them to the ground, except one.

“Come on, Anthony, you can do it!” The ants shouted at his friend.

“You do judo, Anthony, knock him down!”

“Ippon, ippon, ippon!”

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A good laugh: Saving money

March 2, 2017

A maniacal wicked witch plotting something nefarious.

By Eddy Montilla.

A five-year-old girl is weeping inconsolably because she wants to play the part of witch in a familiar drama. While her mother tries to convince her that let her granny do that job, her father is engrossed using his computer.

”Can you ask the nerd of your husband for help?” The grannie said.

”Yes, mom. Nerd!!”

The father whispers something in her daughter’s ear and, suddenly, she wants a different role.

”How could you convince her?” The mother-in-law asked him.

”It was very simple. I just told her: We need to save money if you want a new talking doll. Let your grandmother be the witch. She doesn’t need to buy makeup.”

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A good laugh: The regretful genius

February 18, 2017

EXAM

By Eddy Montilla.

A father is watching his son’s grades…

“Hey, dad, why am I so intelligent?”

“Because you are a genius, like your father, son.”

“And that’s why you married mom?”

“No. Even geniuses make mistakes!”

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A good Laugh: Crazy dogs

February 13, 2017

By Eddy Montilla.

dogs

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 suffer from mental illness.

Five people enter a psychiatrist’s office.

“Woof-woof!” A man barked.

“Woof-woof!” Another man responded.

“Don’t pay attention to these guys, doc.” The only person who was not barking said to the psychiatrist with a friendly smile. “They are all crazy and think they are dogs.”

“And who are you, sir?” The doctor asked.

“The driver of the dog catcher’s van!”

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