I always end my letters to my son with a Joke or two (or three) to bring a smile to his face, but I just love to make him laugh now and then. I've pretty searched the internet looking for jokes a mother can tell a son. In other words, jokes that aren't too crude or nasty. I think I've used up all the good ones.
So...Got a Joke to share?
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What do you call a lazy kangaroo??
A pouch potatoe.
What does one casket say to the other??
That you coffin?
I find lots of jokes on Laffy Taffy, I buy it at the under $10 dollar stores so it's cheap. The jokes are pretty corny, but they are cute. Go get some, you'll have plenty of jokes to tell your son!!
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My husband would have a new joke just about every day when he'd come home from work (gosh I miss him). Here's one of my favorites:
A rope walks into a bar and asks the bartender for a drink. The bartender replies "We don't serve your kind in here." The rope leaves, but is still very thirsty. He decides to try it again. After walking back in, he approaches the bartender and again asks for a drink. The bartender replies "I told you we don't serve your kind in here." Again, the rope leaves. Before attempting a third time, the rope twists himself into a loop and pulls himself tight hoping this will disguise him. As an added effect, he takes one end of himself, unravels it and spreads it out to look like a frazzled hairdo. He enters the bar for the third time and asks the bartender for a drink. The bartender looks perplexed and scratches his chin. "Say, aren't you that rope that was in here twice already?" The rope faked a look of indignation on his face and loudly declared "No, I'm a frayed knot!"
And sometimes, my husband would use a funny voice, and tell me that the dog or cat was gonna "tell" me a joke. Those were always the corniest jokes. Here's a couple:
Why'd the lady throw the clock out the window? She wanted to see time fly.
Who earns a living driving customer away? A taxi driver.
"Love is a fire. But whether it is going to warm your hearth or burn down your house, you can never tell."
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Thank you for sharing your jokes. I too like to add a few jokes through out my letters to my friend's son. It always seem to cheer him up when he writes back his letters are full of laughter. He tells me how he shares the letters that I write him with his cell mate and they read the letters over and over again laughing each time. So a new joke is always welcomed. I have checked out both shortjokes.com and knockknockjokes.com. If I come across any other sites, I will post those for you. Again, Thank you for sharing, :-)