Treasure Island

Theodora (Theo) Onken

(Washington State)

Jokes (Not mine)

Cop A Plea


A man drowned
In a tub of milk
With a banana
In his ear
Authorities suspect
A cereal killer.


A toilet was stolen
From the precinct.
Police have nothing
To go on.


Someone broke a hole
In the nudist colony's fence.
Cops are looking into it.

Airp ort security confiscated
My Bengay. They accused
Me of packing heat.
Some men were working at
A sawmill when one of them got
To close to the blade and had
His ear lopped off. The guys
Quickly started rummaging
Through the sawdust looking
For the ear.
'I found it' exclaimed a co-worker
'Keep looking ' said the earless one.
'Mine had a pencil behind it! '

Source: Readers Digest
August 2007

Submitted: Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Edited: Thursday, March 31, 2011
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