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

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@jakedduck1

On their way to get married, a young Catholic couple was involved in a fatal car accident.

The couple found themselves sitting outside the Pearly Gates waiting for St. Peter to process them into Heaven.

While waiting they began to wonder; could they possibly get married in Heaven?

When St. Peter arrived, they asked him if they could get married in Heaven. St. Peter said, "I don't know. This is the first time anyone has asked. Let me go find out," and he left.

The couple sat and waited for an answer… for a couple of months.

While they waited, they discussed the pros and cons. If they were allowed to get married in Heaven, should they get married, what with the eternal aspect of it all? "What if it doesn't work? Are we stuck in Heaven together forever?"

Yet another month passed before St. Peter finally returned, looking somewhat bedraggled.

"Yes," he informed the couple, "You can get married in Heaven."

"Great!" said the couple. "But we were just wondering; what if things don't workout? Could we also get a divorce in Heaven?"

St. Peter, red-faced with anger, slammed his clipboard on the ground.

"What's wrong?" asked the frightened couple.

"OH, COME ON!" St. Peter shouted. "It took me 3 months to find a priest up here!
Do you have ANY idea how long it'll take to find a lawyer?!!!!!!!

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@jakedduck1
LOL That’s a copy and paste one for sure.
FL Mary

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@imallears
Mary, I’m shocked, such language for a lady.
Jake

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@jakedduck1

@imallears
Mary, I’m shocked, such language for a lady.
Jake

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@jakedduck1
Oh, that means Let's Make An Omelet. I should have said LSMH.

FL Mary

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I couldn’t agree more with the voice joke
Jake

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Neither would do me much good,
I need to be put up on the rack for a complete overhaul.
Jake

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@jakedduck1

Neither would do me much good,
I need to be put up on the rack for a complete overhaul.
Jake

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Are you my neighbor, Leonard !!?
I did not think anyone would see me going to my mailbox… so early in the morning.

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@helenfrances

Are you my neighbor, Leonard !!?
I did not think anyone would see me going to my mailbox… so early in the morning.

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@helenfrances
Hahaha😂
No unfortunately
Jake

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When I was a child my parents referred to one of the doctors we saw as "an old vet". I was always uncomfortable going to him because I didn't like going to an old man that was actually an animal doctor. I never confronted them about it, but as an adult I always check the credentials of doctors I am going to see and choose the best qualified.
It was only after my son got home from the Navy and started using the Veterans medical services that I realized that my parents may have been referring to a former military medical man rather than an animal doctor.

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@2011panc
Hi,
That’s so funny. I remember when my daughter was young, maybe 6 or 7, I was talking to my dad about race horses. He was telling me about the difference between racing 2 and 3 year olds. I guess she came in at that part of the conversation and I didn’t notice the look on her face. She was upset for the longest time and, when I finally asked her why, she said it wasn’t right to have little children racing around in the dirt.

FL Mary

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@2011panc

When I was a child my parents referred to one of the doctors we saw as "an old vet". I was always uncomfortable going to him because I didn't like going to an old man that was actually an animal doctor. I never confronted them about it, but as an adult I always check the credentials of doctors I am going to see and choose the best qualified.
It was only after my son got home from the Navy and started using the Veterans medical services that I realized that my parents may have been referring to a former military medical man rather than an animal doctor.

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@2011panc That reminds me, when I was young, it was common to ask what your father did for a living. We were confused. We asked our folks how to answer that question. We were told "your dad is an engineer". From then until I was in high school, it was customary for me to wave at any train going past our house, in the hopes of waving and greeting our dad. It wasn't until later I realized he was an electronic engineer, nothing to do with trains.
Hopefully it made the day for some of those guys who got greetings from someone on the sidelines.
Ginger

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@gingerw

@2011panc That reminds me, when I was young, it was common to ask what your father did for a living. We were confused. We asked our folks how to answer that question. We were told "your dad is an engineer". From then until I was in high school, it was customary for me to wave at any train going past our house, in the hopes of waving and greeting our dad. It wasn't until later I realized he was an electronic engineer, nothing to do with trains.
Hopefully it made the day for some of those guys who got greetings from someone on the sidelines.
Ginger

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@gingerw It's always funny to hear what goes through the mind of a child. My father was a manager and generally got home at 5:30 like clockwork. If he was late my mother would say he must be tied up at the office. This was back in the days of cowboy shows so I would always picture my father being tied to his chair by someone!
JK

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@contentandwell

@gingerw It's always funny to hear what goes through the mind of a child. My father was a manager and generally got home at 5:30 like clockwork. If he was late my mother would say he must be tied up at the office. This was back in the days of cowboy shows so I would always picture my father being tied to his chair by someone!
JK

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@contentandwell Children are so literal. My oldest drew a picture of me "hitting the roof". I was up on the roof with a hammer. In another picture he had me sitting in a desk chair rotating around the globe and titled "My mom works faster than the world". Such precious memories.

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@gingerw

@2011panc That reminds me, when I was young, it was common to ask what your father did for a living. We were confused. We asked our folks how to answer that question. We were told "your dad is an engineer". From then until I was in high school, it was customary for me to wave at any train going past our house, in the hopes of waving and greeting our dad. It wasn't until later I realized he was an electronic engineer, nothing to do with trains.
Hopefully it made the day for some of those guys who got greetings from someone on the sidelines.
Ginger

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@gingerw Speaking of trains . . . the men in my family all wore bib overalls; my father was the only one that wore "railroad" bibs. I never did learn why, but it was always easy to pick him out from a distance.

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