Tag Archives: Humor
Omitting a single letter can change the meaning of a statement, as the following sentences from the old periodicals illustrate (the words with a missing letter are in italics): “The conflict was dreadful, and the enemy was repulsed with considerable laughter.” … Continue reading
A medical student was surprised when he got a failing grade in his radiology class. So, he approached his professor to ask why he received that kind of grade. “Do you remember the self X-ray you performed?” the professor questioned. … Continue reading
I’m on my way to Wheretown to dine with Mrs. Who. If I’m not there by whentime The guard won’t let me through. There’s going to be a why not — Oh boy I hope I win it — A … Continue reading
Once upon a time, a man was driving along the road, when his car broke down near a monastery. He went to the monastery, said, “My car broke down. Can I stay the night here?” He was relieved that the … Continue reading
Money does indeed grow on trees. However, the problem is that all the branches are owned by the banks.
A limerick fan from Australia Regarded his work as a failure: His verses were fine Until the fourth line. — Anon.