Well...there definitely are a LOT of lawyer jokes out there. I can't say that a lot of them are good. Many of them are genocide jokes with the punchline simply being that the attorneys were killed. That's not terribly funny. (Having taken a folklore class, I can tell you that many of the latter jokes are recycled "Jew" jokes having to do with genocide. Not cool at all.)There are sooo many good lawyer jokes out there.
As the saying goes:Well...there definitely are a LOT of lawyer jokes out there. I can't say that a lot of them are good.
Speaking of which:How many lawyer jokes are in existence?
Only three. All the rest are true stories.
NOTE: After waking up in the recovery room after some serious surgery a year or so ago and having some bad anesthetic reactions and hallucinations, I can identify with that one!!!As the lawyer awoke from surgery, he asked, "Why are all the blinds drawn?"
The nurse answered, "There's a fire across the street, and we didn't want you to think you had died."
I have to admit that I have been hosting an e-mail broadcast list for Humor for over a decade.Yeah, that was a good one. Randy must have quite a collection of jokes.
Yes sir...implementing a joke thread for a forum that wants to keep things "Disney Friendly" is no easy task. I agree...the guidelines for this thread are restrictive...but they do help to keep things as clean as possible.The thing is...the nature of humor is that it usually deals with socially unacceptable concepts. Humor is an outlet for these concepts. The limitations imposed in THIS forum, e.g. "Nothing dirty, Nothing double entendre, Meets Mac-Forums Community Guidelines, Is not considered offensive to any human groups, Is not political or religious based," sort of eliminates almost all humor.
I've been going through my archives, and only about one in ten or twenty jokes would be acceptable here. (And my Humor list has its own restrictive guidelines!) So while I'd like to post a bunch of good jokes here, I just don't have that many that are acceptable.
This reminds me of a friend who went mining in northern Canada in the 70s to earn some money when he realized how bad the swearing was in that situation that he was hardly aware of it and was just "normal" speach....three times in every sentence...or are "WTF" this or "WTF" that. I think it's nice to visit a place that's free from the overused & often unnecessary use of curse words...