Who On Earth Dreams These Up?

How does Moses make tea? Hebrews it. · Venison for dinner again? Oh! Deer. · A cartoonist was found dead in his home. Details are sketchy. · I used to be a banker, but then I lost interest. · Haunt…

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11 thoughts on “Who On Earth Dreams These Up?

  1. Lol same goes with whatsapp forwards. Makes you wonder someone in some corner of the planet is toiling day and night to come up with content inconsequential to mankind. There is a special place reserved in hell for people who send mass whatsapp forwards early in the morning 😉

  2. Tweetable jokes. Love those quick ones. A few of my favorites: “The last time this many bridges were burned on one day was late in World War II ” “Nothing says safe like a half-dozen assassins in hiding” (remember: I write thrillers!) “Old age is like Groundhog day:

  3. You have to admit though, it’s the small stuff that makes a difference. 😀 Often, what they call “poor jokes” make me laugh the hardest. And, I guess that’s okay. 🙂 Thanks for sharing! The only other kind of jokes that I love are the really good ones which Reader’s Digest manages to lay its hands on every single time. Do you read the magazine?

    • Though some might say “Don’t sweat the small stuff”, I have to agree, it is really the little things that make a difference. I used to be fond of the little jokes RD often tucked into different corners of the magazine and would pick out all of them first. But now I haven’t read RD for many many years. I like to look at a joke like an ad. An ad, if well made, manages to tell a story in 10 seconds, and one that viewers are able to remember, that a serial is not able to in 20 minutes. A joke often conveys a message in a few sentences that a novella would struggle to.

      • True!
        My grandpa used to read RD and he kind of left behind a collection. I managed to read those and I probably read some issues twice (mainly the jokes section). But then, you need something different so we subscribed to the magazine again just last year.
        And yes, I think that’s their USP. 🙂

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