Julius Jokes !

Journalist: So, Julius, we have been informed that you are the bread winner in your family?

Juju: You see! People like saying all these sort of things about me and its fine. Anyone who claims that I am a bread winner must come forward with evidence or prove to the people that indeed I entered a bread competition.According to my knowledge, I have never and I say again, I have never entered any bread competition. Bring the evidence! I am not afraid.

Little Johnny : Answers!

The teacher, during an English lesson, asked the students: "Now tell me. What do you call a person who keeps on talking when people are no longer interested?"

Little Johnny in the back bench replied: "A teacher."

The stranded lawyers!

Two lawyers had been stranded on a desert island for several months. The only thing on the island was a tall coconut tree, which provided their only food. Taking turns, each day one of the lawyers would climb to the top to see if he could spot a rescue boat coming.

One day, one of the lawyers yelled down from the tree, "WOW, I just can’t believe my eyes. There’s a woman out there floating in our direction."

The lawyer on the ground was most skeptical and said, "You’re
hallucinating; you’ve finally lost your mind."

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Logical Assumptions

Two freshman philosophy students see the following bulletin posted on the wall of their lecture hall:
Crash Course in Logical Assumptions
Saturday, September 26, 1998, All Day
Neither of them knows what it means and they are both curious. The pair decide to find the professor and ask some questions. When they locate the professor’s office, the bolder of the two enters the building while the other remains outside.

Student: "Uh…Sir..What does Crash Course in Logical Assumptions mean?"
Professor: "Well, it involves taking information that you have, forming assumptions using logic, and then creating new information. Let me try to answer your question by asking you a question. Do you own a car?"

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Getting married?

I married Miss Right. I just didn’t know her first name was Always.

I haven’t spoken to my wife for 18 months. I don’t like to interrupt her.

Marriage is a 3-ring circus: Engagement ring, wedding ring, and suffering.

The last fight was my fault. My wife asked, "What’s on the TV?"
I said, "Dust!"

Why do men die before their wives? They want to.

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