A book never written: “Thunderstorms” by D. Wayne Cumming.
Damon: What did the candle say to the envelope? Johnny: I’m stumped. Damon: “Seal you later.”
Daffynition: Troubleshooting — Problems with your rifle.
Nick: Why are elephants so wrinkled? Alfred: I don’t know. Nick: They’re too hard to iron.
Phil: What happened when the catapult got sick? George: I give up. Phil: It hurled!
My favorite rubber rain boots have a hole in the side. Now they aren't dry at all. They weren't really expensive, but I don't want to get new ones. How can I repair my boot? Please help.
The Boy Scouts of America and Jack Link’s® have teamed up on a multiyear partnership that will make Jack Link’s “The Official Protein Snack of the Boy Scouts of America” and the organization’s four national high-adventure bases.
It's a special day when "tastes good" and "mom-approved" can be used in the same sentence. And that's why we're stoked on Sharkies.
Tom Swiftie: “I stepped in poison ivy,” Tom said rashly.
Rodney: What did the jeweler plant in his garden? Rachel: Beats me. Rodney: Carats!
Warped Wiseman wonders: “Shouldn’t the Air and Space Museum be empty?”
A book never written: “How Hurricanes Start” by Gustav Wind.
Moe: Where do you get sandwiches in India? Joe: I don’t know. Where? Moe: At the New Delhi.
Dan: What do you call a frightening wizard? Kevin: I dunno. Dan: “Scary Potter!”
Gus: Did you hear about the giant who threw up? Scott: No. How did you know? Gus: Oh, it’s all over town.
Q. Yesterday my friend told me my bike tires needed air, but I don't think so. How can you tell if a tire is pumped up enough?