Who needs rhetorical questions.

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”


It a bit like asking, who needs Puns when you know everybody does!

And here’s some more.

Enjoy or endure!!




Apparently most people lean slightly

forward when they nod their head.

I must say I’m inclined to agree.

 nodding head yes



Where do people from Senegal drive?

In Dakar




Someone just threw a bottle

of Omega 3 pills at me.

Don’t worry, I only suffered

super fish oil injuries.

 Omega 3 pills



Skydiving without a parachute is

a once in a lifetime experience.

 Skydiving without a parachute



Past, Present and Future walked into a Bar

It was tense.

 Past, Present and Future



I work as a waiter.

The pay isn’t great

but I put food on the table.




What do you call someone who points out the obvious?

Someone who points out the obvious.

 someone who points out the obvious



Passport Inspectors:

You’ve got to hand it to them

 Passport Inspector



My ex-wife was deaf.

She left me for a deaf friend of hers.

To be honest,

I should have seen the signs.




When I was little I had imaginary friends

and I used to play with them all the time.

They were real people,

I just imagined they were my friends.

 imaginary friends



Coke dealers.

Always sticking their business

in other people’s noses.

 Coke dealers



The Beach Boys walk into a bar



“Get a round”

“I get a round?”

“Get a round….”





Fifteen Fascinating Facts From Fasab’s Flipping Files

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”


I seem to be running out of ‘F’ words for my titles to these. Sorry for the repetition but I’m trying to avoid using the obvious in case it might offend.

Nevertheless, it’s time for a few more strange facts. Curious things that you probably never knew or even though of before. After you read this, of course, you will know them, whether you care to ever think of them again is entirely up to you.





If you mouth the word “Colorful”

it looks like you are mouthing “I Love You”.

animated-gif-love-you .



Astronauts have a patch of velcro inside their helmets

so they can scratch their nose

astronaut velcro .



Your cell phone has more bacteria than a toilet seat

toilet phone .



About 75 acres of pizza are eaten in the U.S. everyday.

large pizza .



It takes more calories to eat a piece of celery

than the celery had in it to begin with.

celery .



Cleopatra married two of her brothers.

cleopatra .



A single cup of gasoline, when ignited,

has the same explosive power as five sticks of dynamite.

ignition .



Keeping you car tuned up is a good way to save on gas.

A car that is tuned up is 9% more efficient on gas.

tune up .



Acupuncture was first used as a medical treatment

in 2700 BC by Chinese Emperor Shen-Nung.

acupuncture cartoon .



13% of Americans actually believe

that some parts of the moon are made of cheese.

moon cheese .



A female ferret will die if it goes into heat and cannot find a mate.

ferret .



In ancient Rome,

when a man gave sworn evidence in court

he would swear on his testicles,

hence the term testifying.

holding .



John Wilkes Booth’s brother once saved the life of Abraham Lincoln’s son.

Lincoln and son .



There are no clocks in Las Vegas gambling casinos.

Rolling-the-Dice-in-Craps .



The word “lethologica” describes the state of

not being able to remember the word you want.





Did you try mouthing the word “Colorful” in a mirror?


Punitive, Punishing, Or Just Punny? – Here Are Some More Puns

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”


Another excuse for more bad jokes using the cover of some clever word plays called puns.

Enjoy – if you can.



You didn’t hear about the three big holes in the ground?

Well, well, well.



Even a backward poet writes inverse.



It was raining cats and dogs.

There were poodles all over the road.



When chemists die, we barium.



Did you hear about the guy whose whole left side was cut off?

He’s all right now.



I couldn’t quite remember how to throw a boomerang,

but eventually it came back to me.



I used to have a fear of hurdles,

but I got over it.



It’s not that the man did not know how to juggle,

he just didn’t have the balls to do it.



He drove his expensive car into a tree and found out how the Mercedes bends.



Some people’s noses and feet are built backwards:

their feet smell and their noses run.



Then there was the cross-eyed teacher who couldn’t control his pupils.



When a clock is hungry does it go back four seconds?



Have you heard about that online origami store?

It folded.



A prisoner’s favorite punctuation mark is the period.

It marks the end of his sentence.



Pencils could be made with erasers at both ends,

but what would be the point?



Atheists can’t solve exponential equations because they don’t believe in higher powers.



It is tough to do inventories in Afghanistan because of the tally ban.