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12-18-2002, 11:23
"The Lion Attacked", by Claude Yarmoff.

"How to Write Big Books", by Warren Peace.

"The Art of Archery", by Beau N. Arrow.

"Songs for Children", by Barbara Blacksheep.

"Irish Heart Surgery", by Angie O'Plasty.

"Split Personalities", by Jacqueline Hyde.

"Under the Bleachers", by Seymour Butts.

"Desert Crossing", by I. Rhoda Camel.

"School Truancy", by Marcus Absent.

"I Was a Cloakroom Attendant", by Mahatma Coate.

"I Lost My Balance", by Eileen Dover and Phil Down.

"Mystery in the Barnyard", by Hu Flung Dung.

"Positive Reinforcement", by Wade Ago.

"Shhh!", by Danielle Soloud.

"The Philippine Post Office", by Imelda Letter.

"Things to Do at a Party", by Bob Frapples.

"Stop Arguing", by Xavier Breath.

"Come on In!", by Doris Open.

"The German Bank Robbery", by Hans Zupp.

"I Hate the Sun", by Gladys Knight.

"Prison Security", by Barb Dweyer.

"Irish First Aid", by R.U. O'Kaye.

"My Career As a Clown", by Abe Ozo.

"The World's Deadliest Joke", by Theophilus

"Here's Pus in Your Eye", Lance Boyle.

"My Life on Skid Row", Titus A. Drum.

"I Didn't Do It!", by Ivan Alibi.

"Why I Eat at McDonalds", by Tommy Ayk.

"I Hit the Wall", by Isadore There.

"The Bruce Lee Story", by Marsh Larts.

"Take This Job and Shove It", by Ike Witt.

"Rapunzel Rapunzel", by Harris Long.

"How I Won the Maraton", by Randy Hoelway.

"Songs from South Pacific", by Sam and Janet Evening.

Steve Koski
12-18-2002, 11:48
Thanks man. My kids were joking about this the other day, I came up with some they hadn't heard, and these take the cake.


12-18-2002, 20:13
How about "Race to the outhouse" by
Willy Makit and Betty Wont;a

Steve Koski
12-18-2002, 20:59
I don't get this one. Someone please 'splain it to me.

"The World's Deadliest Joke", by Theophilus



12-18-2002, 23:53
Originally posted by Steve Koski
I don't get this one. Someone please 'splain it to me.

"The World's Deadliest Joke", by Theophilus


The awfulest pun of all.

Steve Koski
12-19-2002, 10:22
Thanks Ronnie. I scratched my head over that one for 10 minutes.


unit 900
12-19-2002, 17:38
A WW2 British army classic ( thanks, George McDonald Fraser's "Quartered Safe out Here"). The Nail in the Banister by
R. Stornaway.

12-19-2002, 21:59
And don't forget...

Russian Tragedy by Henauder T1tsov
Yellow River by I. P. Freely
Sliding Down the Flagpole by Peter Burns
Getting Out of Dept by Bill Owen
Physical Education by Jim Shorts

12-21-2002, 23:52