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Guy goes to the doctor and tells him he having a problem with silent farts.  He's explaining to the doctor how they just happen and fortunately nobody hears them.  Oh there's one now he says.  What can you do for me doc?  Doctor says, well the first thing we're gonna do is check your hearing.

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You may have heard this one from me before also:

 

Q: Did you hear about the sadist who married the masochist?

 

A: The masochist said “hurt me”.  The Sadist said “no”. 

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On 9/25/2019 at 9:25 AM, steveziv said:

I may have posted this one in a previous thread but,

 

A moth goes to the doctor's office and tells the doctor he is depressed, unhappy with his life and career,

feels unloved by his friends and family and life seems hopeless.

 

The doctor says; you have serious emotional problems and obviously need to see a psychologist, why did you come to me?  The moth replies; the light was on.

That is the short version.


This is the long version:

 

 

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A man walks into a bar and tells the bartender he can fart the national anthem. The bartender laughed and said he'd give him free drinks all night he he could do it. The man then jumps up on top of the bar, pulls down his pants, and takes the biggest dump ever while patrons are screaming and running for the door. The bartender just stares and the guy straightens up and says, "Even Perry Como has to clear his throat before he starts!"

 

sorry

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I’ll pass along a couple. 

3 conspiracy theorists walk into a bar.... who thinks that’s a coincidence?

 

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