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A Joke for You

"Mr. Herd," said she.  "I am your guide."

"Pleased to meet you." he said  "Call me Shep."

"Shep Herd?"

"Why yes that is what I do."

Ba dum tssssshhh.

You're welcome.

A Sunday Riddle

I've got something short and sweet for you today. And, hopefully, amusing.  Here's the first riddle I ever memorized, way back in fourth grade!

What colors do you paint the sun and the wind?
Answer: The sun rose and the wind blue.  Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk.

If I repeated myself, oh well. That's what comes of being another year deeper in senior citizenry.

Joking Away

Ready for a few jokes. Here's one I made up the other day.

In what area of a community might you find dull horses?
A neighhhh-bor(e)-hoodNyuck, nyuck, nyuck. 

I've been editing this joke for a few years now.

What was the American revolutionary's favorite poultry dish?
Chicken Catch-a-Tory.Ba-dum Chinggg!

The Husband likes this joke of mine. What a guy.

Pablo and his tia were eating lunch at a Mexican restaurant. As his auntie was taking a bite into her burrito, Pablo noticed a rip in her sleeve. He pointed at the tear and said, "Tore, Tia?


Until tomorrow, dear readers.