I know that "adios" means "bye" in Spanish, "au revoir" is "bye" in French, and "ciao" is "see you later" in Italian, but I've always wondered how you say "bye" in Japanese, Russian, and Icelandic.
I guess you could say I'm bye curious.
A duck walked up to a pastry store
And he said to woman running the store
"Hey, got any bread?"
The woman said,
"No we just sell cakes. But they're warm and they're fresh and they're all home-made. Can I get you a few?"
The duck said,
"Cake won't do."
Then he waddled away...
'Til the v...
After a long and distinguished career, my French teacher finally retired.
A girl is at a bar, and there are three guys next to her jabbering and carrying on and really getting on her nerves.
The worst part was, they all had stutters.
So she says to them, "Listen, I can't stand listening to you guys any more. I'll tell you what. Tell me where you're from. If ...
My collection of Swiss watches was stolen in Spain.
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Topical Joes (5/13)
Alright guys, here we are to recap the day's jokes. Let's get started.
First off in the news, it looks like the TSA arrested a woman for singing Whitney Houston on an airplane - but you should've seen what the TSA did when they caught those ridiculous musical militants of the Elton Jihad. ...
How does a one celled organizim say goodbye to it's friends?