Never criticize your wife’s judgements,

Remember who she married?

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👤︎ u/labink
📅︎ Feb 01 2021
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Against my better judgement, I ordered a European bride. When I called and asked how long I'd have to wait, they told me...

"The Czechs in the mail."

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👤︎ u/desireewhitehall
📅︎ Feb 15 2020
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I normally trust Benjamin Franklin’s judgement on most issues.

He’s usually on the money.

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👤︎ u/porichoygupto
📅︎ Jun 05 2019
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I apologise if this isn't allowed.

New to this subreddit. I know the point of this thing is to share funny jokes, but since I'm a newbie I hope you'll allow me this one opportunity to make a serious but friendly PSA: If you're lucky enough to have a father, don't take him for granted. Even when they scold or punish you, trust their judgement, it's likely for good reason even if you can't see it at the time. When I was a child I narrowly avoided a horrific accident in which 4 of my friends were electrocuted at a playground we used to play on every day after school. I used to hate my old man for being so strict and disciplining me when all of my friends got to run wild, but if it weren't for him I definitely would have been electrocuted too that day. But I wasn't. I was grounded.

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👤︎ u/NoThruTrucks
📅︎ Nov 16 2020
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So many people these days are too judgemental.

I can tell just by looking at them.

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👤︎ u/simplyGagi
📅︎ Nov 21 2019
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I only judge men that are tall

I guess you could say I’m judgemental

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👤︎ u/sofa-king-dope
📅︎ Apr 05 2021
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In house of worship today, I prayed, "deity of choice, please help me to be less judgemental!"

Then I thought, "stop judging yourself, you bastard!"

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👤︎ u/thomasbrakeline
📅︎ Jan 06 2019
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I walked in on my wife yelling that she hated low lying clouds...

I hadn’t the foggiest idea what I mist.

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👤︎ u/Ruminino
📅︎ Jul 06 2019
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I was examining a lad's driving test.

At the end, he stopped us outside the test centre.

"You know," I began, "alcohol really impairs someone's judgements..."

The lad's lip quivered, "But I'm not drunk, mister."

"No," I replied, "I am, and you've passed."

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👤︎ u/TommehBoi
📅︎ Aug 21 2020
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What do you call an insane critic?

Judgemental

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👤︎ u/JukeboxSommelier
📅︎ Jun 23 2020
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Son we have to tell you something.....

you are adopted.

Son replies: I knew it. I've got so much questions.

Parents: Pack your things. Your new Parents come in 2 hours

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👤︎ u/HanfKafka
📅︎ Sep 16 2018
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I've been wrong once...

I thought I made a mistake, but I really didn't.

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👤︎ u/CheezEmac
📅︎ Jul 24 2019
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The Blitz of Puns

It really grinds my gears when people say stick-shift is obsolete.

Most people like their music bass-boosted, but it seems like too much treble.

When an astronaut drinks tea, he takes a big space-sip.

The best electricity puns are live wires. Coppers really don’t know how to resist these in a coil. If you make enough of this type of pun you can really blow their fuses. You need to be smart about how you conduct these so you don’t overload your capacitors.

The only kind of rap I like is the wrapping paper on gifts.

Scissors always cut to the point.

Airplane puns always fly overhead. You have to be careful so you don’t stall out. Always use better judgement so you nose how to dive. When used correctly, this pun classification can really propel to infinity and beyond. However, if misused, the fall from grace is full of turbulence.

When working with electricity puns always make sure to be grounded to prevent shocking results.

Mr. Tea says, ”Don’t be a fool, stay in school!”

i c e i c e w a t e r

Architecture is an aspiring career path.

‘Pun’ puns don’t add up. The are starting to get negative receptions.

I’ll do algebra. I’ll even do calculus. But graphing is where I draw the line.

Plants should always rooted in the ground.

Never argue with people when they are right or nobody will be left hanging out with you.

Rocks make boulder moves. This means they are pelite and not jagged. Don’t take these puns for granite.

Cheese puns are grate because you don’t have to ask for parmesan to use them.

Eskimos have cold personality. It is an ice society, but some of their history chills my spine.

My dog died a few years ago. It was really ruff.

I am not a fan of wind turbines.

Life is like driftwood. You never know where you will float.

Christmas lights stick together. When one goes out, they all do.

Puns about communism are only funny if everyone gets them.

Rocket scientists cannot fuel around or something bad can happen.

A baker is someone who kneads to make baked goods.

I sometimes wear stripes to avoid being spotted.

Sponges are great at absorbing liquids.

Contrary to the name, relationships have nothing to do with boats.

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👤︎ u/zmanofdoom95
📅︎ May 16 2019
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Some religions can be dangerous..

always practice safe sects.

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👤︎ u/electricity1028
📅︎ Nov 30 2012
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My physician recently went broke buying TV commercials recklessly.

Against my better judgement, I followed my doctor's advice.

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👤︎ u/MysteryOrange7
📅︎ Aug 19 2019
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A short story

John Deavensmit was not having a good time. After an incident involving a coffee spill, he'd been sued for $50 million, and somehow the jury had ruled against him. There was no way he could pay that much money; he'd go bankrupt.

Naturally, he filed for an appeal, but the winner of the case was already beginning to hound him for money, hoping to get at least something before the judgement was overturned. John was nearly at his wit's end before he found an unusual package in his mailbox.

It was from a couple of his friends, who all went on to law school when John left to create a startup. They'd all been very successful, and had gone on to be justices at various levels, from courts in a small county in Wisconsin all the way to the Supreme Court. When he opened it up, he was surprised to see an ink drawing of a thick wooden stick. It was signed by his friends, and accompanied by a note:

> Hey John, > > We're sorry to hear about your loss in court last month. We met up at a judge conference in the Davison Center, and we thought that we'd do something special for you. We met up in the Grapefruit Room and all worked together to draw this. We hope you enjoy it! > > Your friends

Now, John had been to D.C. a few times, and knew about the Davison Centre. It was renowned for its very offbeat architecture. The Grapefruit Room was one of the weirdest: it had been constructed by taking a world-record grapefruit, carving out the flesh, and preserving the rind. The result was a walk-in fruit, and it always smelled of citrus.

It took John a while to work out the significance of the gift, but when he realized it, he was overjoyed. His good friends had seen fit to grant him a stave judge-men penned in a peel.

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👤︎ u/scshunt
📅︎ Sep 28 2012
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Help with "Bay" Pun Needed!

My company is moving offices soon and I need to name my new bay.

Suggestions include: Obay-Wan Keno-bay, Judgement Bay, Harlem Bake (ugh), Bay of the Walking Dead and Bays of Our Lives

I typically fancy myself a fine lexicon artist, but am running low on ideas. Help me, those that are punnier than I!

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What do you call a courtroom leader with issues?

Judgemental

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👤︎ u/TommehBoi
📅︎ Jul 14 2018
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There once was a man.....

There once was a man who had a job driving a passenger train between two large towns. It could be a very dull job to some, but as the old saying goes, one man's trash is another's gold; he wanted to be a railroad man since he was a boy.

He was a wiz behind the controls of the train, and commanded the 15 car vehicle effortlessly as if he had been born to do the job. He prided himself on the fact that he could bend the rules and speed through curves and grades that made other motormen shiver and back off.

One day however, he wasn't so lucky and came round a bend too fast and derailed his train. He backed off the throttle and braked as much as he could, managing to only have one fatality out of 500 passengers on his train.

Months later there was a trial and he was found guilty of manslaughter in the highest degree, a capital offence in that land, and sentenced to die by electric chair. Punishment came swift, unlike most places, and 3 days after sentencing the former railroader was asked for his last meal.

"I'll have a banana," "Just a single banana?" said the perplexed guard. "The warden will grant you a feast and all you want is that?"

"Just a single banana." he said.

After he downed the fruit, he was strapped into the electric chair an hour later.... The warden hit the switch, lights flickered, and the crackle of electricity could be heard for over a minute...

...but our train jockey instead rose from the chair looking more like he got a stiff massage, rather than be put to death! Well in that nation, the law of the land states that if a man somehow survives being put to death, they must be set free...

...And so it came to pass that our engineer was let go...

And for whatever reason, he got his job back!

So he was back railroading again doing the job that he loved. You'd think he'd have been more cautious with this second chance he'd been given, but you'd also be wrong. Speedy Gonzales with a train license decided to gun his locomotive to hard and send it off the tracks again!

Of course, this time he was tried for the same crime, but at a different time (his was a fair commonwealth and double indemnity was simply unheard of!) So fair was their nation, that the jury came up with the same judgement and punishment. So three days later, when asked for his last meal, the engineer simply said "I'll have 2 bananas..."

Not less than 60 minutes after consuming the last morsel was he strapped into the chair and the switch thrown... And....

NOTHING.

... keep reading on reddit ➡

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