#251: Can you Understand These Jokes in English
There are various types of jokes in English that you may have heard of, such as traditional ones knock-knock jokes, one-liners and more. Some can be quite difficult to understand because they contain more than one meaning. These are the jokes we’ll be looking at today. So we’ll be sharing some jokes with you and explaining their meaning and what makes them funny or a little embarrassing. Try using these jokes with your friends to put a smile on their face.
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Hi, I’m really enjoy this podcast episode. For me the best joke is about the “week days”. The joke about “flip-flops” not so funny for me, maybe I didn’t really understand the funny point LOL. Thank you.
yeah, that one was hilarious 🎯
Hey there! I had a whale of a time listening to this episode👍✨! There were plenty of exhilarating jokes in it. It is definitely a topic I’m a huge fan of so don’t hesitate to create a part two guys if you have the chance!🎉
Here are some jokes that always crack me up and that I want to share:
– why did the man fall down the well? Because he couldn’t see that well
– Dad I’m hungry.
Hi Hungry, I’m dad
-I don’t trust stairs, they are always up to sth
-Rudolph the red tells his wife that it’s going to rain. His wife asks him ‘how do you know?’. He says ‘Rudolph the red knows rain dear’
– I’m reading a book about anti-gravity : it’s impossible to put down!
That’s it guys! Take care😁✨🍀
Haha! You are good at that, Alix!