TIL of Cunningham's Law

It states that the best way to get the right answer on the internet is to ask a question.

I have both Irish and Scottish ancestry

I love to drink, but hate to pay for it.

(Joke Credit: Johnny Cunningham via Kevin Burke).

What do you call four famished frogs fighting for five frightened flies?

A *Tongue Twister*

~~Edit: How to change tags? Did not tag when posting this; why is it automatically tagged 'Religion'?~~

Edit 2: Thank you u/ElderCunningham for fixing the tag for me. Thank you u/mountorange and u/vphov1 for getting in before that change and letting me know about the...

What do you name a tricky pig?

Cunningham

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I banned on a rule that we had enforced in the past. However, we talked the issue over and were able to reach common ground. Sorry for any trouble this caused.

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Our two new mods, ElderCunningham and iBleeedorange

Hey guys,

Not too long ago we started advertising new moderator positions for /r/jokes, and after receiving a bunch of submissions, we found our two candidates.

I've asked them to write up a brief introduction for themselves.

First up is /u/iBleeedorange, who also mods /r/diablo...

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TIL that according to Cunnilingus's Law the best way to get the right answer on the Internet is not to ask a question, it's to post the wrong answer.

[Source](https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Cunningham%27s_Law)

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