What Does The Lion Say To The Lioness?
February 16, 2017 1:44pm CST
The last item of the Guideline rules states that it's not allowed to post jokes. That's understandable because a joke is never the original work of a member. Who thinks up or invents jokes will forever remain a mystery. The workers on the pyramids in Egypt may have told each other many of the jokes we hear or read today and consider as new - if we hear them for the first time. It's the same as with fairy tales or with literary plots in general. You can see them as dressmakers' mannequins which are always the same, only dressed up differently according to the current fashion. If you like jokes but don't know any yourself which you could tell yourself and chuckle on and don't know anyone who could tell you new ones, you can find more than enough on the net. I've chanced on a site with the silliest jokes imaginable. I'm not a lol type, I'm more an IG (inner grinner). I can tell you that they - or rather most of them - don't disappoint. One of the sites contains only animal jokes. They're listed according to the animals which are joked about in alphabetical order from Alpaca over Lemur, Mole, Sloth and Yak to Zebra to name but a few. There must be hundreds! No risk, no fun. I'm now going to quote one of my fave lion jokes. The fact that we don't understand what animals talk about to each other doesn't mean that they don't talk to each other, does it? Look at the photo. Can you hear what the lion is saying to his wifey? "A lion would never cheat on his wife. But a Tiger Wood." --- photo: pixabay
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