Q: “Why didn’t the undead cross the road to save the chicken?”
A: “He didn’t have the guts for it.”
A man buys a lie-detecting robot that slaps people who fib and tests it out at dinner. He asks his son, “Did you go to school today?”
The son replies, “Yes,” and the robot slaps him. The son says, “All right, I went to the movies.” The father asks, “What did you see” and the son replies, “Toy Story 3”. The robot slaps him again, and the son says, “OK, OK! It was a porn movie.”
His father snorts and says, “When I was your age we didn’t know what porn was.” This time the robot slaps the father.
The mother sputters in her coffee and retorts, “Ha! He’s your son, after all,” and the robot slaps her.
^ If the robot have to slap everyone, it could be due to probelm in the algorithm too
Question: Are you error free?
Robot: Yes (slaps itself)
What do you get when you cross a joke with a rhetorical question?
A Swiss farmer who stayed miles from anywhere up in the mountains won the first price of a contest: A trip to New York.
As he came back home after one week, his neighbors asked him how he liked the big city.
He answered: “Oh, dunno, fine, but New York is really outback”
(hope it works in English, told with a Swiss German mountain farmer accent it’s pretty funny)