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just don
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It cant stand on it own----


Cause it is two tired

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Wheel see about that...
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It can't remember how to peddle...

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low positive Fry biofilm test, 2012.
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groan, groan

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It's tires are always flat... [Big Grin]

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Sick since January 1985. Misdiagnosed for 20 years. Tested CDC positive October 2005. Treating since April 2006.

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It wobbles and wiggles and does fall down
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The brake cables break....
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It won't shift out of low gear.

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The chain is always breaking. (OK, so I'm going down memory lane)

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It has a flat affect.
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Methinks just don spoke too soon!

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[lol]

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Now to continue on this thread

Everybody probably knows what you call a cow with no legs???

On a related note what do you call a cow with TWO legs????

Waiting for your EXPERT responses(especially Robin's,,,,our resident "funny expert"

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1. "short stuff"
2. dead meat

Robin is much better at this than lil ole ME!!! [lol]

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Oh dear - now I have to come up with something!

A cow with no legs: udderly helpless???

A cow with two legs - sounds like it could ride a bicycle then? And if so, if the cow or the bike has Lyme, could this be considered a lame joke?

And if any of us try to figure this stuff out late at night, as it is right now, can we say this kinda stuff is pasture bedtime?

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Ok, Ok, Robin should get a ribbon or something. Maybe a cowbell or some such trinket to declare her awesomeness. [Wink]

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Two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
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Smiling
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If Robin cant solve these then all hope is lost!!

I thought everyone KNEW that a legless cow is called hamburger!!!

Now the new one I never heard before,,,,

That makes a 2 legged cow LEAN BEEF.

Now I am fresh out of ammo but will find more

(My crude attempt at surviving a 3 hour stint running a power washer. Boy that did me in!!)

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"Ground beef"
Bicycle probs? "You picked a fine time to leave me loose wheel"

What do you call a dog with no legs?

It doesn't matter cuz he won't come anyway!

Cows that have legs shorter on one side than the other are built for grazing on the sides of hills.

What about the dyslexic cow that said "Ooom, ooom"?

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OMG!! i almost said the cow with two legs is my mother in law.....

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Cow with 2 legs.....a stand-up cowmedian. [Big Grin]

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Ok to change it around a bit. Why do most cars no longer have dipsticks to measure the oil?

The dipsticks are all in Washington, DC

Hiker53

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darkness." 1John 1:5

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Ok, all you jokers -

What do you call a really big tick?

And, what goes tick, tick, woof, woof?

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A relly big tick= UGLY

The last= a St Bernard with a Mickey Mouse watch

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What's worse than a giraffe with laryngitis?

A centipede with athlete's foot!

If an athlete gets athlete's feet,what do astronauts get?

Missile toe.

(someone take the keyboard away from TxCoord!)

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You guys are killing me!! [lol]

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"Mama, I don't like running in circles!"
"Be quiet or I'll nail your other foot to the floor."


Why did the possum cross the road?
To show the chicken how it's done.

What do you get when you cross an octopus with a sheep?

Wooly jumper with 8 arms.

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A really big tick is: gigan-tick

A dog tick goes tick, tick, woof, woof

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Wouldn't the dog tick go woof, woof, tick, tick??
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He came home for lunch and raved about the ham spread she had made and how it was really great to have all that protein.

"And fiber!" she added.

"There's no fiber in ham."

"There is when you run a wooden spoon in the blender."

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Ok, all you turkeys, I think we have enough jokes here to start a Lymenet joke registry...

Ok, ready? A Really Big Tick is also known as
...Moby Tick!

And what goes tick tick woof woof could also be
...a watch dog!

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For our food holiday, one of my favorite food jokes has always been:

Waiter! What's that fly doing in my soup?!

(Waiter peers in the soup)

Uh, I think it's doing the backstroke!

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What does a yam say to end an argument?
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Moby Tick. [Smile]

Wtg for the yam answer

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I yam what I yam?

When is a door not a door?

When it's ajar! (snicker, snicker)

When is a room not a room?

When it's a mushroom! (Somebody stop me!)

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quote:
Originally posted by Robin123:
What does a yam say to end an argument?

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I've heard this one but danged if I can remember!!?!! [bonk]

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So 2 nuts walk into a subway car, one was assaulted.

A nun, a barber, and a duck walk into a bar. The bartender says "What is this, some kind of joke?"

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Why does a pirate go on vacation?????


just fer rrrr and rrrrrr

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TxCoord got the yam answer! As the butter said to the jam, don't stop, you're on a roll...

Here's one of my favorite flying holidaze tailz:

A friend of mine was flying from Seattle to San Francisco. Her plane made an unscheduled stop in Sacramento.

The flight attendant explained that if passengers wanted to get off the aircraft they could reboard in 30 minutes.

Everyone got off the plane except for one gentleman who was blind. His Seeing Eye dog lay quietly under the seats in front of him.

The man must have been a regular on that flight because the pilot approached him and said,

"James, would you like to get off and stretch your legs?" James replied, "No thanks. But maybe my dog would like to stretch his legs."

People in the terminal were aghast and pointing when they saw the pilot - wearing aviator sunglasses - emerge from the plane being led by a Seeing Eye dog!

[ 11-24-2012, 04:35 AM: Message edited by: Robin123 ]

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That was too funny Robin! Which reminds me

A blind gentleman went into the local box store with his seeing eye dog. He threw the dog in the air and with great effort began to swing the dog around him at the end of the lead.

"What are you doing?!?!?" folks shouted.

"Just looking around." he replied.

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