A panda walks into a bar.
Today we have two riddles for you. The first one involves a magician, the other an elephant. Can you guess the answers? American riddles often use double meanings to create their humor. If you don't get what's so funny, write us for an explanation.
In this What's So Funny segment, we share some classic restaurant jokes about customer complaints and how the server handles them.
A man goes before a judge to be sentenced for his crime.
A motorist is pulled over by the police for driving too slowly on the highway.
A man walks into a bar with an alligator on a leash.
A police officer finds a driver with a penguin in her car.
A man is ironing his shirt when the phone rings.
Today's WSF? segment is a triple bonus. Alan shares three clever riddles. Do you get the humor of each one? You may need to ask your American friends what's so funny.
I bought a cheap thesaurus. I guess you get what you pay for! Listen why.
Times New Roman and Helvetica Bold walk into a bar.
Today, Alan tells two jokes for the price of one.
A man walks into a bar and orders three drinks.
A guy walks into a bar, and things happen when he takes two frogs and a hamster out of his pocket.
This month we return to our most popular kind of joke (X walks into a bar). This week's joke involves two fans of Ohio State University. Do you get the humor?
Two atoms meet on the street. One looks sad, and the friend asks why. Do you get this science joke? If not, visit our What's So Funny? page at FeelLikeYouBelong.com.
This month, we're devoting our humor segments to science. Today's riddle: Why can't you trust atoms?
We continue with this month's series of jokes centered on science. Today, a riddle: What did Gregor Mendel say when he discovered genetics?