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?
Feel Like You Belong is launching a new series of science jokes. See if they tickle your intellect as well as your funny bone.
This month, we're running a series of science jokes. See if your English (or your science knowledge) is good enough to understand!
Feel Like You Belong launches a new series of jokes from the world of science. Gather your techie friends around and see if they understand these latest bits of humor in English.
A husband comes home late from the golf course looking very tired. His wife asks why.
A minister phones in sick on Sunday so he can go play golf instead of going to church. God and an angel have other plans for the pastor's secret getaway.
An angry golfer storms off the 18th hole with some strong words for his caddy. Listen to what he says.
Do you make judgments about the foolishness of others? This is pretty typical human behavior, as shown in this joke about golfers and fishermen.
What is the protocol for golfers when a funeral procession is passing by? Balancing love for the sport with respect for the dead.
What's the difference between a well-dressed person on a bicycle and a poorly dressed person on a unicycle?
What's So Funny?
The difference between these two cycles is that a bicycle has two wheels (and tires), while a unicycle has one wheel (and tire). Another word for clothing is "attire."
Paraprosdokians are a special type of humor. Here are several examples that will tickle your funny bone!
An Englishman asks his server a question in the restaurant.
What's So Funny?
In British English, these two sentences are pronounced the same:
• It's bean soup. [= It is bean soup.]
• It's been soup. [= It has been soup.]
Note: In American English, been is pronounced like bin.