Record / upload
Get Started & Sign Up
Get the App
Posts tagged #efl
FOUND HIS SPOT
What’s so funny about this? I really wanted to find a picture of a barking dog for this riddle. But you couldn’t hear it anyway. When I c...
HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW?
What’s so funny about this? Yesterday the thermometer hit 50º in New York City (appx 10º C). That’s about 30º higher than it’s been aver...
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT: NEXT THURSDAY THERE WILL BE TRYOUTS FOR THE CHOIR. THEY NEED ALL THE HELP THEY CAN GET. What’s so funny about thi...
GOING IN CIRCLES
What’s so funny about this? This joke is actually a song title by the jazz pianist and singer, Mose Allison. I have a particular fon...
FROGGIE WENT A COURTIN’
THE FARMER SAID: IT WAS A TOUGH ROW TO HOE THE SOLDIER SAID: IT WAS A TOUGH ROAD TO HOLD THE PRINCESS SAID: IT WAS A ROUGH TOAD TO HOLD...
TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES?
This joke came from my mental fiscal advisor, Ken Weber, whom you can trust.
NEVER TRUST AN ATOM. THEY MAKE UP EVERYTHING. What’s so funny about this? If you’re only listening to this joke then you might think I’m talking about some guy named Adam, A-d-a-m, as in the husband of Eve. In fact Eve might even agree with the joke, but if she couldn’t trust Adam, then who was there left for her to trust? But whatever may be true about the trustworthiness of men named Adam, they are not the subject of this joke. The actual subject is a homonym of Adam, spelled a-t-o-m, yet still pronounced atom. Atoms have been called the building blocks of the universe. Scientists once believed that an atom was the smallest unit in the universe. They said, all matter was composed of atoms. This was the case until Einstein and others came along showing that an atom could be split into at least three sub-components, namely, electrons, protons and neutrons. The result of splitting some of these atoms was the atomic bomb. Then some other guys discovered that these atomic particles could not only be split, but they could also be fused, that is, smashed together. This resulted in an even more powerful explosive, the hydrogen bomb. Later on, still other scientists discovered that there were even smaller sub atomic particles that composed electrons protons and neutrons. I’m sure we haven’t reached the end yet, but we might have, because these teeny, teeny particles can’t even be called matter, they’re really tiny bits of energy. Remember it was Einstein who proved that matter and energy were the same. As with everything else in the universe these atomic particles never stop moving, so it’s never been possible to “catch” and stop one to actually see it. Anyway, this is supposed to be a joke, not a physics lecture, so let’s jump back to atoms. If we agree that all elements are made up of different combinations of atoms, then what the joke says is true, atoms make up everything. But then why can’t we trust them? It’s because the expression to “make something up” means “to lie”, to “fabricate, a story.” So if I made up this whole story about atoms, then I’m lying, .and you can’t trust me. But since I said that you can’t trust atoms, then that means you can trust atoms, or can you? And THAT’s what’s so funny!
Quit Your Carping
This joke was sent to ...
DRINKING WITH A SPEECH IMPEDIMENT? IT'S WHISKY BUSINESS. What’s so funny about this? First off, let me admit that this joke is not exa...
A MOOVING STORY
I HEARD THAT NASA RECENTLY PUT A BUNCH OF HOLSTEINS INTO LOW EARTH ORBIT. THEY CALLED IT THE HERD SHOT 'ROUND THE WORLD. What’s so fun...
Bear with Me
I know you can bearly wait to listen to this audioboo