Oh, burn! If someone sends this to you, you're only hope for revenge is to see if Dollar Tree also has a hardware section. Then you just have to find their shelf that has all the disposable tools, and snap them back.
We know this joke is dumb, but hopefully it still earned some Snickers. Maybe some people laughed so hard, it left them in (Reese's) Pieces. (And if you want these jokes to stop, you'll first have to give us 100 Grand.)
Vincent Van Gogh is known for being a great artist, and also for cutting off his own ear. It was a gruesome act, but somewhat understandable. After all, when "Let It Go" was huge a few years ago, many people also felt like cutting of their ears.
Mr. T likes to shout out the phrase, "I pity the fool!" Meanwhile, Mr. Tea prefers to shout the phrase, "I pity the fool who doesn't break at 4pm every day for tea time!" It takes longer to say, but it's a little more sophisticated.
These sheets of paper may say Bel-Air now, but they originally said West Philadelphia. Probably because that's where they were born and raised. On the playground is where they spent most of their days.
If you're enjoying this joke while you're at work, you should probably stop horsing around. Mule have to get back to work sooner or later. Doing your work as best as you can should be your main long-term foal.
To many people around the globe, the World Cup is the most exciting sporting event in the world. This world cup, on the other hand, isn't quite the same. But to many Americans, watching an actual cup is just a little more exciting.
This corkscrew noodle is trying to pull a fast one on us. We're not sure why it's attempting to undercover as Penne pasta, but one thing is for certain. And that's the fact that it needs to get WAY better and finding a disguise.