Grover’s Grins And Groans. #16

Hi everyone! Welcome back to some chuckles to begin your day and week. Grover has been busy checking around to find some nice jokes for you to enjoy so please feel free to chuckle or laugh, or even groan if you want. So here is what he found for today…

A grandmother sent her grandson a shirt for his birthday. The only trouble was that he had a size 14 neck and the shirt was size 12.

When the grandson sent a thank you note, he wrote, “Dear Grandma. Thanks a lot for the shirt. I’d write more, but I’m all choked up.”

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The student asked the professor how many problems there would be on the final exam.

The professor looked the student over and replied, “I think you will have lots of problems on the final.” ===============

A man visited his doctor and said that every time he pressed his finger against any part of his body it hurt real bad. He showed the doctor by pressing his finger against his shoulder. “Oh, it really hurts,” he shouted.

Then he pressed his finger against his stomach. “That really hurts too,” he sighed. Then he pressed his leg. “That sure hurt too,” he moaned.

The doctor examined him thoroughly and said, “I can’t find anything wrong with your shoulder, leg or stomach, so I’m sending you to a specialist.”

He went to the specialist who examined him and said, “Sir, you have a broken finger.”

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Some Mysteries

1. If a word is misspelled in the dictionary, how would we know?

2. Why are bleachers called “stands” when they are made for sitting?

3. If we expect the unexpected, doesn’t that make the unexpected the expected?

4. Why is ‘phonics’ not spelled the way it sounds?

5. Why is ‘abbreviated’ such a long word?

6. Why doesn’t glue stick to the inside of the bottle?

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Well, that is it for today, I hope you were able to find something to chuckle about. Have a great day and God bless!

Steve, Muffin and Grover.

Β©2022 Steve McLeod.

14 Comments on “Grover’s Grins And Groans. #16

  1. I’ve ALWAYS wondered why “bleachers” are called bleachers? Were they originally part of a laundry operation? Just still wondering.

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  2. Wow, funny and wise 😁😁 a big LOL and ROFL πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ all choked up πŸ˜‰ thanks for the laugh at midnight ☺️

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