Apparently they enjoy dim sums in the morning
There’s a Taiwan.
But they just weren't that Inuit.
But I've seen stranger things.
People who make soda jokes must know a lot about pop culture.
In the kitchen this morning, he tells me: "Dad, you know the Spartans were really fierce, and they'd throw away old weapons. They thought that if it wasn't sharp, it didn't have a point."
For shingles :/
It was from all Woks of Life
Well we introduced sex to women
This is mah cheese, nacho cheese.
Found out we're expecting a few days ago, so I had to come up with a joke.
After a brief explanation of what 420 is, my dad responded with:
So it's the pot smoker's cocktail hour.
It's the pottail hour.
This is not so much a request for a pun. I had heard that there was a town in the Scandinavian region that was known for their puns, and that this was recognized throughout the country. This was a part of a larger conversation about puns in general and the fact that they are typically frowned upon in english, while many other languages celebrate the pun, and are in fact more pun-prone due to the structure of the language.
However, I cannot remember where I heard this, I believe it was a podcast, but I cannot recall.
So, what cultures celebrate the pun, and do you know of any cities or towns known for their puns?
She said I owe her anthropology
Lacks toes n' tolerant.
I, of course, drew a Picchu of Machu.
I'm either going to get a really good grade, or a really bad grade.
It's his Seminole work.
We're a thoroughly American family with German/Danish roots. For fun we went to a Greek culture festival as a different kind of Friday night. As soon as we're through the gate, he turns to my youngest brother and mutters:
"Everything seems so...foreign."
He was so pleased with himself that he repeated it to each one of us separately.
... have buttholes lined with ass-bestos
My girlfriend and I were discussing beards at our college's Native American culture festival.
I said, "It's too bad I grow Apache beard."
One of the guards facepalmed.
We were watching a movie about the Battle at Wounded Knee, and it went something like this- "Fire at will!" (Commander) -scene changes to a man being hit by a cannon shot- "Oh no, they hit Will!!!" I think I was the only one who laughed.
Dad: What do you want for supper?
Me: Do we still have the Greek food?
Dad: It's not Greek, Meaghan. It's Chicken Souvlakian.
Dad: Did you hear Black Diamond moved their headquarters to the Middle East?
Dad: Yeah, and they changed their name to Cheezus of Nazareth.
Me: Are you going for a run?
Dad: Yeah. You see...I'm sexy and I know it. I work out. Now all I need is those leopard print pants.