My gramps left his brisket in the smoker too long

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👤︎ u/PulkPush
📅︎ Dec 12 2020
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Why did the beef brisket catch lung cancer?

It smoked for 6 hours.

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👤︎ u/crazyjarvis
📅︎ Mar 14 2020
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I decided to bake some Indian flatbread alongside my BBQ brisket... now I'm a naan smoker.

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👤︎ u/vandezuma
📅︎ May 05 2017
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Doctor to patient do you smoke?

Patient: yes.

Doctor: marijuana, cigarettes, cigars, Vapes?

Patient: mostly brisket, and pork.

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📅︎ Dec 04 2020
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A guy walks into a bar and sees 3 pieces of meat hanging from the ceiling

Guy:"Whats this about?" Bartender:"Well, if you can jump up and slap the meat, you get free drinks for the rest of the night. If you miss, you pay for everyones drinks for the next hour. You wanna do it? Guy:"Nah, the steaks are too high."

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📅︎ Oct 13 2020
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Couldn’t figure out when sunrise was supposed to be this morning

Luckily it finally dawned on me.

🤦🏻‍♂️ Got a big 12 pound brisket on the grill today, and several more dad jokes in the chamber. Doin dad stuff.

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👤︎ u/Bradb717
📅︎ Jul 12 2020
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Dr: do you smoke? Dad: yeah dr: cigarettes, Marijuana?

Mostly brisket and pork.

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👤︎ u/Eastern-Medium
📅︎ Jun 27 2020
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I'm opening up a casino that only pays out in beef

It's called Risk it for Brisket

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👤︎ u/highdefbears
📅︎ Nov 12 2019
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I usually do pork shoulder when I smoke meat. I thought about branching out and doing some beef,

but I didn't wanna brisket.

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👤︎ u/YoureAMuenster
📅︎ Jun 21 2018
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Why didn't the cow save his friends at the slaughterhouse?

Two answers:

  • The steaks were too high.

  • He didn't want to brisket.

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👤︎ u/Dweebnut
📅︎ Feb 22 2016
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Cringe-worthy exchange between my father and I the other day

Let me preface this with some info. Firstly, me and my father are idiots; our jokes can become insensitive if we aren't careful, as we have few filters. My parents live in a tiny town amidst a thousand other tiny towns. One of the tiny towns right beside us (let's call it Townsburg) has a lot of forest and extra land, so towards the end of the summer when it's still hot but the land is starting to dry out, it's rather susceptible to fires. The other day, Townsburg caught fire in a few different places. The town my parents live in (we'll call it Cityville) is the sausage capital of our state. Yep. Sausage capital. Like brisket and such. Our proudest export is meat. Meat is what we are most proud of. I don't live there anymore, thank the universe.

So I went by my parents house on the way home from work one day to check on my retired, sick father, and watch the news with him (something I try to do whenever I can). And what happened next, well, it all just happened so fast...

Me: "Whoa, Townsburg is on fire again. I guess Cityville isn't the barbecue capital anymore, AYO." Dad: "Nope. Looks like they're about to be the barbecued capital." Me: "...we may need to stop hanging out so much."

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👤︎ u/queerleaderr
📅︎ Oct 15 2015
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