Joke of the day – Day 4

How many people from ______ does it take to change a lightbulb?

5…
– One to hold the lightbulb and four people to lift up and turn the ladder around.


Another stereotype joke where you can insert which ever group of people you want to make fun off.

Joke of the day – Day 3

A classic type of jokes is the stereotype jokes. The stereotype jokes that I grew up with were jokes about a neighbouring country or another part of the country that one would joke was ‘slower’. Imagine jokes about rednecks if you are from the U.S. or German people if you are from Austria, or French people if you are from Belgium etc.

These types of jokes cab be very crude and at times downright racist, but the type dates back more than 2.000 years. Stereotype jokes were also normal in ancient Rome. So I’ve just left the place/group blank and you can put in whoever you want to make fun of.

Why do the people from  ________ put on their best clothes when there’s a thunderstorm?
– Because they think they are going to have their photos taken.

Joke of the day – Day 2

Knock knock

-Who is there?
Banana
– Banana who?

Banana banana

Knock knock
-Who is there?
Banana
– Banana who?

Banana banana

Knock knock
-Who is there?
Banana
– Banana who?

Banana banana

Knock knock
-Who is there?
Orange
– Orange who?

Orange you glad I didn’t say banana..

This is the first joke I remember my own father telling me as a kid. I didn’t really get the whole point of the knock knock jokes – still don’t. But for me this is the perfect example of the kind of humour that I have since recognized as my own fathers bad dad jokes.

Joke #022 – Donuts

They are called donuts because you do not get any..

A classic joke to tell your kids when you’ve bought donuts and pretend you don’t want to share them.

About as classic as telling them that you can share the donuts – they can have the hole in the middle and you get the outer ring.