In the crowd, he noticed a man who bore a striking resemblance to himself. Intrigued he asked:
“Was your mother at one time in service at the Palace?”
“No your Highness,” the man replied, “but my father was.”
A collection of jokes from Ancient Rome
Jokes of the Ancient Romans
Some provincial man has come to Rome, and while walking on the streets he was drawing everyone's attention, being a real double of the emperor Augustus. The emperor, having brought him to the palace, looks at him and then asks: "Tell me, young man, did you...
Who came after Augustus?
Emperor Augustus throws down his pen in disgust...
Emperor Augustus throws down his pen in disgust, exclaiming:
"I can't believe it's February and I'm still writing B.C. on all of my checks!"
A fitness freak is out for a run one day. She's having a great run, tunes playing through her ear buds, sun shining.
As she sprints blissfully across a road, a massive truck ploughs into her.
The next thing she's aware of is she's standing in a shiny, beautiful place and inately realises, this must be Heaven.
Sure enough, an angel approaches her and tells her, yes she's now in Heaven and gives her a ...
A doctor was telling a colleague about a patient who had come in from a terrible car accident.
"They were losing a lot of blood and had to be operated on right away. The other passengers from the accident came in with them, but were mostly unharmed. As I saw to the patient, a nurse got information from the others involved in the accident, apparently a brother and sister, Augustus and Beatrice...
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I hate that SEPTember, OCTOber, NOVember, and DECember aren't the 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th months.
Whoever fucked this up should get stabbed.
However, if I recall, they did use to be the corresponding months. It was just that when Roman leaders Julius Caesar and Augustus came to power, the months of July(Julius) and August(Augustus) were added, thus throwing off the number on the calendar....