Instead of cucumbers maybe it should have been “succotash” just because that’s a funnier word.
I was a little surprised I didn’t get any complaints about this one.
“Scratch it, Carl, scratch it!” How did he expect Rhonda to help, anyway?
I love this old song, but why did she “whamma-lamma-bamma-lamma”? I was never clear on that. Speach impediment?
This one came to me one morning while I was taking my pill. Now it happens every morning. I’m kind of tired of it.
I think this one would be pretty good. Too bad Don Meredith isn’t around to play the lead.
“I hear tell you’re doing well, good things have come to you. I wish I had your good-luck charm, and you had to … “
Thanks to the Korn Kobblers and my dad for teaching me this song. I just didn’t know until today that it had verses.
Yes, I know they are both spelled the same way, but everyone around here pronounces the dog as if it didn’t have an “R” at the end. Of course we’re right.
I’m pretty sure there are forms of humor that are lower than puns. And most above and below aren’t as funny. So why do we groan at puns?