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You heard as a student about Paul Revere's ride...

He rode his horse to the first house and a woman appeared at the window. He shouted, "Is your husband at home?"

She replied, "Yes."

"Tell him the British are coming!"

This happened at several more houses, until one woman answered, "No."

Revere said, "Whoa!"


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A history professor told that joke for years. One female student didn’t get the joke but knew that Paul Revere was detained by the British before the night was over and she shouted out, “Dr. Esthus, did you know he didn’t go all the way?” That anecdote got a good laugh every time he shared it.

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A man driving down a country lane who runs over a cockerel.

he goes to the farmhouse and knocks on the door.

A woman opens it and he says: “I appear to have killed your cockerel. I’d like to replace him.’

She replies: “Please yourself, the hens are round the back.”’

RIP Barry Cryer, comedy genius

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21 minutes ago, GA Russell said:

Stanford University has developed a drug to cure compulsive shoppers.

No matter what you buy, it makes your rear end look big.

for some reason, the reminds me of the joke about the birth control pill for men, you put a rock in your shoe and it makes you limp.

The classics never go out of style, funny or not :g

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