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    What’s so funny about this? As you can probably tell from the photo, a trampoline is not a skinny vagrant. It’s a device with a strong...
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    What’s so funny about this? We’re very lucky to have this photo from the great 50’s movie, The Incredible Shrinking Man, based on the...
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    Tony Lobster and Sam Clam were best friends. They did everything together. The only difference between them is that Tony was the nicest...
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    "I HAVEN'T SLEPT FOR TEN DAYS, BECAUSE THAT WOULD BE TOO LONG." — MITCH HEDBERG What’s so funny about this? This kind of joke is...
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    A WOMAN DROVE ME TO DRINK, AND I NEVER EVEN HAD THE COURTESY TO THANK HER – W.C. FIELDS What’s so funny about this? This joke just...
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    This joke came from my twitter mate, Pierre Geslin, @pierregeslin ESL ELT ELL ELD ESOL EFL TESOL ESOL English language XXXXXXXXX XXXX...
    • Whatsofunny Here's James Brown's band the J.B.s palying Gimme Some Mo http://youtu.be/kRqcNUph-CI
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    ESL ELT ELL ELD ESOL EFL TESOL ESOL English language twinglish joke ingles learnenglish tuna pun This joke was sent to me by my...
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    • Whatsofunny And here's Ronnie Spector and the Ronettes singing the proper song: http://youtu.be/N87Dz-e0I8s
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    This joke came from a cartoon by Stivers in the July 2011 issue of Funny Times BucketList EFL ELD ELL ELT English ESL ESOL joke XXXXXXXX...
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    ESL ELT ELL ELD ESOL EFL TESOL ESOL English language twinglish joke ingles learnenglish pun BP This joke was sent to me by my bud,...
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    This joke was submitted to punofthday.com by Toycoon from Skokie, Illinois ESL ELT ELL ELD ESOL EFL TESOL ESOL English XXXXXXXX...
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    • Whatsofunny THE AIRLINES HAVE BECOME SO CASH-STRAPPED, THEY CHARGED ME FOR MY EMOTIONAL BAGGAGE. What’s so funny about this? I guess we’re all going through hard times these days. We may have averted falling off the fiscal cliff, at least temporarily, but both businesses and people have been suffering economically for the past 3-4 years and more. It’s been called the biggest “recession” since the “depression”, a meaningless expression since both words mean essentially the same. Most people would think that airlines were rolling in the dough, but it takes an incredible amount of money to run an airline, and many have gone broke and bankrupt. There are many fewer carriers today, than there were 15-20 years ago. And the remaining airlines have really cut back on the free services they provide. I can still remember when our kids were small, back in the 80’s and we were going to Miami, Florida to visit my parents, their grandparents. We were flying on Delta airlines on economy fares, the cheap seats. Nevertheless, when we got to the gate, they served us coffee with lox, bagels and cream cheese, gave my wife and me each an airline bag filled with a beach towel and pilot pins for the kids. We still have at least one of these towels to this day. On the flight down, we were served a snack and a beverage. Had they not already fed us at the gate, we would have received a complementary hot breakfast, lunch or dinner, depending on the time of day. We had a lot of baggage with two kids and of course there was no charge for checking it. Forget all that these days. Unless you’re flying first-class, which has always been a rip-off as far as value, you have to pay for everything. You have to provide your own food or pay for ridiculously over-priced and poorly prepared stuff. And luggage? Forget about it. You are allowed to carry one single item and you have to pay for everything else especially what you check. In the joke, we’re told that the airlines are cash-strapped. This does not mean that they are afraid to deposit their cash in the bank and instead tie it to the backs of airline personnel; just the opposite. The expression means to be cash-poor, low on cash. This particular airline might soon be rich again because in addition to charging for all the luggage you are carrying, they are charging people for their “emotional baggage” too. This is a slang expression that means emotional issues, such as anger, or depression, feelings we “carry around” with ourselves because we can’t or won’t deal with them. Since that seems to be most people these days, maybe this airline will get rich enough to again provide a bagel with a schmear of cream cheese once in a while. And THAT’s what’s so funny!
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    This joke was inspired by the TV show, Castle ESL ELT ELL ELD ESOL EFL TESOL ESOL English language twinglish joke ingles XXXXXXXXXXXX...
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    • Whatsofunny Here's what the little guy looks like: http://youtu.be/2wf9lREtLvU
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    • Whatsofunny If you see sea shells in your sleep then you must listen to this boo
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    What’s so funny about this? Looking at the photo that accompanies this audioboo, I’ll tell you one thing - I wouldn’t want to be the car...
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    MY FAKE PLANT DIED BECAUSE I DIDN’T PRETEND TO WATER IT – MITCH HEDBERG What’s so funny about this? So is there such a thing as a...
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    I BROKE UP WITH MY GYM. WE WERE JUST NOT WORKING OUT. What’s so funny about this? If you’re listening to this instead of reading it,...