How about a laugh, (hopefully)

Posted by Leonard @jakedduck1, Dec 31, 2018

I believe laughter is the best medicine. Laughter has actually been scientifically proven to help people with depression issues.
Let’s give it a try so we can all get happy and feel better. Many Epilepsy forums I’ve been on had joke sections. I was probably the biggest joke of all since I didn’t get a lot of the jokes. They said the jokes couldn’t be above 4th grade level for me to understand them so my jokes may be rather simplistic but let’s give it a try.
Have a lovely day everyone,
Jake

Aging Joke

One day, while strolling down the boardwalk, John bumped into an old friend of his, Rob, from high school. “You look great John, how do you stay looking so young? Why you must be 60 already but you don’t look a day over 40!” Rob exclaimed. “I feel like I’m 40 too!” replied John. “That’s incredible” exclaimed Rob, “Does it run in the family? How old was your dad when he passed?” “Did I say he was dead?” asked John. “He’s 81 and is more active then ever. He just joined the neighborhood basketball team!” responded John. “Whoa! Well how old was your Grandfather when he died?” “Did I say he died” asked John. Rob was amazed. “He just had his 105th birthday and plays golf and goes swimming each day! He’s actually getting married this week!” “Getting married?!” Rob asked. If he’s 105, why on earth does he want to get married?! John looked at Rob and replied, “Did I say he wanted to?”

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@jakedduck1 you are funny and we need laughs Peter Piper fell into the pickled peppers he got so tired of picking those darn pickled peppers

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Aging Joke

One day, while strolling down the boardwalk, John bumped into an old friend of his, Rob, from high school. “You look great John, how do you stay looking so young? Why you must be 60 already but you don’t look a day over 40!” Rob exclaimed. “I feel like I’m 40 too!” replied John. “That’s incredible” exclaimed Rob, “Does it run in the family? How old was your dad when he passed?” “Did I say he was dead?” asked John. “He’s 81 and is more active then ever. He just joined the neighborhood basketball team!” responded John. “Whoa! Well how old was your Grandfather when he died?” “Did I say he died” asked John. Rob was amazed. “He just had his 105th birthday and plays golf and goes swimming each day! He’s actually getting married this week!” “Getting married?!” Rob asked. If he’s 105, why on earth does he want to get married?! John looked at Rob and replied, “Did I say he wanted to?”

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@jakedduck1 Oh that was a good one lol

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@lioness

@jakedduck1 Oh that was a good one lol

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@jakedduck1 thought it up all by myself haha

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@lioness

@jakedduck1 thought it up all by myself haha

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I’m not very creative. I’ve been trying to lengthen it, not much luck.

Maybe we could have some of Peter Pipers prettty picked pickled peppers with our pork and sauerkraut.
Jake

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During World War I, due to concerns that the American public would reject a product with a German name, American sauerkraut makers relabeled their product “Liberty Cabbage.”

Sauerkraut originated nearly 2,000 years ago in ancient China. In summer, slaves building the Great Wall of China lived on cabbage and rice. In winter, the cabbage was preserved with rice wine which soured the cabbage to keep thousands of laborers healthy in the worst of conditions.
Jake

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@jakedduck1

I’m not very creative. I’ve been trying to lengthen it, not much luck.

Maybe we could have some of Peter Pipers prettty picked pickled peppers with our pork and sauerkraut.
Jake

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@jakedduck1 Oh, I don't think my stomach would like me

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During World War I, due to concerns that the American public would reject a product with a German name, American sauerkraut makers relabeled their product “Liberty Cabbage.”

Sauerkraut originated nearly 2,000 years ago in ancient China. In summer, slaves building the Great Wall of China lived on cabbage and rice. In winter, the cabbage was preserved with rice wine which soured the cabbage to keep thousands of laborers healthy in the worst of conditions.
Jake

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@I wasn't aware of that interesting I thought it was all German and didn't know they changed the name Liberty Cabbage doesn't do anything for me

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@jakedduck1 Oh, I don't think my stomach would like me

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Regular peppers not the hot ones
Jake

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@jakedduck1 Banana Peppers more on the sauerkraut side

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@lioness
That joke has been around for ages. I like the old joke best.

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@jakedduck1

@lioness
That joke has been around for ages. I like the old joke best.

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@jakedduck1 it'd your age haha no I like the older jokes too

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I asked my husband why he didn't give me the alligator boots that I wanted for my birthday. He replied, 'Honey, I went out and wrestled an alligator for you, but he wasn't wearing any boots!"
I hope that you can enjoy your day more than that joke🤣

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