Are you as excited as I am?!
Well, thanks for showing up anyway.
As stated a few days ago, we’re starting a new feature. With its own logo and everything!
Here’s how it works: I’ll start things off with a couple jokes, which may or may not make you giggle but will certainly make you groan. Then you add your own joke in the comments.
(Also as stated before but is worth repeating for our newbies: Playground rules apply. No pushing, shoving or name-calling. Play nice.)
If I deem your joke extra groan-worthy, it will be showcased in next Monday’s edition along with a link to your blog, should you have one.
Okay, here’s my first joke:
What’s the leading cause of divorce?
(You know, it’s rude to roll your eyes like that.)
Listen, to make it up to you I’ll illustrate my next one:
What is it called when a couple argues over their morning coffee?
Grounds for divorce!
Now it’s your turn. Add your joke in the comments and may the best groaner win!
32 thoughts on “Bad Joke Monday has arrived!”
Love yours! Q: Who do you call when you stub your toe? A: A toe truck!
Definitely a contender — thanks Diane!
It’s my brother in law’s favorite joke!
If UPS and FedEx were to merge, would the new company be called, FedUp ???
This sounds like an original Andrewism. Are you shooting for extra points here?
Listen, bribes don’t hurt either. 😉
I always try for extra credit. As for bribes – in the past I would have suggested wine or chocolate, but these days, I think it would be TP, gloves, masks, Purell …
Why did the jelly roll? Because he saw the apple turnover.
You know, sometimes I’m embarrassed at what makes me giggle!
– How does the captain know the aircraft is parked at the gate?
– The engines and the co-pilot stop whining.
I don’t know, Christi. These are pretty bad. Picking the worst one might be tough. 😉
Right?! I’m so glad you appreciate the difficult task we’ve undertaken.
What we’re looking for is a joke with a level of perfect badness that sets it apart. A certain je na sais quois to lift it above the rest.
I must say. You come close. 😀
I’m going back to my bad elephant jokes.
Q: How do you get down from an elephant?
A: You don’t. You get down from a duck.
Wow — a bad joke with double entendre. I see you’re taking this quite seriously. Kudos to you!
How does a soprano screw in a lightbulb?
She just stands underneath it and let’s the world revolve around her.
As an alto, I appreciate this one very, very much. Though as it’s true, does it qualify as a joke? 😉
OMG! OMG! Elephant jokes, light bulb jokes, divorce jokes! I’m in bad joke overload. Okay, okay, okay, I can do this — What do you call a cow with no legs? Ground beef.
Wow, WD! You struggled to gain control and then, just when we thought you couldn’t, you found a joke with legs. Good on you!
That’s after dancing around the room in delight. I love bad jokes.
WD, I am on the floor laughing 😂
Wowzers! I can’t compete with this plethora of superior baddies!
How do you throw a party for a group of astronomers?
You planet 🪐
Don’t sell yourself short, Osyth! You came through like a champ! 🤣
Yay! Praise! Maybe now is my moment …. I’ll try not to get over-exuberant in coming weeks!!!
Your new Monday feature is off to a great start, Christi. I laughed at all of them. So far, I think the getting down from the duck joke was the worst. Did you know there are only three kinds of people in the world? Those that can count and those that can’t count.
Shoot – another comment WordPress hid from me (see below). So sorry I missed your entry. My regrets are so numerous… if I could only count the ways… 😉
What is the loneliest bayou in the world?
I’ve been having issues with WordPress not giving me notifications on comments — I only saw this by accident, and here it was a great joke!
Sorry JC — hope you’re doing well!
I am good. I got lost in the pandemic without WiFi… finally back. Now to catch up. Jc
Mary had a little lamb.
Which completely surprised everyone in the delivery room.
(I know, I know. I’ll try harder next time…)
This made me giggle, so all is well! Truthfully, the best bad jokes require the least effort.
At least, that’s their reputation. 😉
Why did the chowder taste funny? Because it was corny.
(Not unlike my jokes.)
And Dave came through with a bad one – I knew you had it in you! 😉
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