Insert Puns/Jokes Here



Did you hear about the hungry clock?
He went back four seconds.


Don’t forget. What does the Call of Duty player listen to?

Gore-illa radio.


The dentist said to his patient, “Here you go. I hope you like this (fixed tooth).”

Then I said, “Cause after all, it’s about a tooth and nail for it.”


Q: what does a pirate say on his 80th birthday?
A: Aye, matey (I’m eighty)


I got a funny joke:

Q: What’s the difference between Twilight and The Walking Dead?
A: Twilight is the better love story.



Q: At what line did Jesus sang in “Smash Mouth - All Star”?
A: :musical_note: Psalm-body once told me… :musical_note:


1:There’s a crab claw in my apple!
2:You ordered a crabapple, didn’t you?
1:This does not help.
2: Would you like a slightly cooked steakburger?
1: Ok.
3: Moo. I am your steakburger.
1: :expressionless:


Tonight I dreamt of a beautiful walk on a sandy beach.
At least that explains the footprints I found in the cat litter box this morning.


Nice one. :+1:


Q: Who’s a gorgeous Community Manager that just keeps improving the game?

A: NoFlavor :wink::smirk:


Q: What do you call a composite number that tried to be prime?
A: A liar number.


Q: What is Mario’s favorite website?
A: Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Yahoo!.com


What is the worst disease in the world? Pewdiepie!


What is the worse disease that exists everywhere else but Earth?


How do you find Will Smith in a snow storm?
You look for the fresh prince! (Prints, footprints people)


Atheism is a non-prophet organization.


So a high tide and a low tide were moving like normal waves until they both collided with each other on accident. The high tide greeted the low tide and said, “Pack up your summer stuff, because it’s the beginning of summer time!” And the low tide said, “Summer time? I thought it was spring.”

(Get it? Because when a low and a high tide collide, it becomes a spring tide.)


I have a joke 2:

Seyed :rofl:


Q: Where does a Russian go to type the terms “N”, “Yes” and “No”?
A: On the N-да-нет (N-Da-Net/Internet).


You know what’s funny?

God and Jesus are so holy that whenever you use a pronoun to reference any of the both, you capitalize it (for example: He, His, etc.). :angel:

(But anyways, happy Easter!)