Do you walk to school or carry your lunch?

Jon  said, “I’m not sure this is particularly funny, or maybe it’s just that I don’t get it. But, all things sandwich must be forwarded to you.”

I’m withya, Jon.  A sandwich on me to the first person who can explain why this is funny.

My favorite unfunny joke:

Q: What do an elephant and a dog have in common?

A: They both have trunks……..

………………except the dog.

I’ve always been a big admirer of the unfunny joke.

What’s the difference between a duck?

Is it further to New York than by train?

Do you walk to school or carry your lunch?

Thank you, Jon. Keep the all-things-sandwich coming!

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4 responses to “Do you walk to school or carry your lunch?

  1. There are a FEW reasons this is funny, not the least of which is he’s talking to a bear or some other animal that is eating a sandwich, and who doesn’t seem at all impressed with his comment. The joke is ironic, and thus funny because the Earl is a royal, of course, and the fact(?) that he invented the sandwich would be the only reason this guy is an admirer of a royal. Your unfunny jokes are ironic, too, because we’re expecting them to make sense, but they don’t, so we laugh. Haven’t had the chance to use my college study of Freud’s great theories about comedy and laughter in a long time! (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laughter)
    My personal favorite unfunny joke is “No soap, radio” – ridiculously silly. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_soap_radio
    Do I get a sandwich? 🙂

  2. That IS funny. Really.
    How about, “what’s the difference between a moose?”
    A: “Orange, cause ice cream has no bones.”
    Or the best knock-knock joke: okay, you start:
    You: Knock, knock.
    Me: Who’s there?
    You: …

  3. Thanks guys. I forgot about that knock knock joke. How could I have forgotten my FAVORITE knock knock joke??

    Yes, a sandwich on me is in order, Jim.

    White, wheat or tuna?

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