Yup, pretty corny.
"friends, Romans, list members, lend me your ears".

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jon Hall [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2002 2:56 PM
> To: CF-Community
> Subject: Corn Jokes!
> Ok, so I've been up for way too long, but I can't go home 
> early because just
> about everyone else already went home early because they 
> stayed up late (and
> I was here first today...screw seniority :)), and I don't 
> dare write a line
> of code when I'm this tired. So.......It gives me great 
> pleasure to present
> you with the list of corn jokes I compiled from the internet 
> today and told
> aloud to the guy who sits next to me. I think he is going to kill me
> now...oh well.
> Question: What does poisoned corn flakes have in common with 
> Charles Manson?
> Answer: They are both Cereal (Serial) Killers.
> The baby corn asks his mama corn: Where do baby corns come 
> from? Mama says
> "I told ya before, the stalk (stork) brought ya.
> Two corn cobs were walking downtown and the first cob noticed 
> that they were
> being followed by another strange cob everywhere they went. 
> The first cob
> whispered to the second cob "Don't look know but I think we are being
> followed by a stalker"
> A couple gets married and the wife puts a foot locker in the 
> bedroom. She
> locks it, then puts the only key on a chain around her neck. For fifty
> years, her husband tries to figure out what's in there, but she always
> changes the subject, and avoids the issue. Finally, on the 
> night of their
> fiftieth wedding anniversary, he says to her, "I've got to 
> know what's in
> the trunk!" She takes the key, unlocks the foot locker, and 
> inside there's
> two ears of corn and $25,000. The guy says, "What's with the 
> two ears of
> corn?" She says, "Well, umm, in the fifty years, every time I 
> broke our
> marriage vows, I put an ear of corn in the trunk." The guy 
> figures, "Twice
> in fifty years, not so bad..." Then he says, "And what's the 
> $25,000?" She
> says, "Well, everytime I got a bushel, I sold it."
> A duck walks into a bar and asks the bartender for corn. The 
> bartender says
> "We have no corn, get out of here." So the duck leaves. The 
> next day he
> comes back and asks for corn again, and the bartender says "I 
> told you, we
> don't have any corn! Get out!" So the duck leaves. The next 
> day he goes in
> again and asks for corn, and the bartender says, "For the 
> last time, we
> don't have corn! If you ever come back, I'm going to nail 
> those webbed feet
> of yours to the floor!" So the duck leaves. The next day the 
> duck comes and
> asks, "Do you have any nails?" The bartender says, "No, of 
> course not. Why
> would a bar have nails?" The duck then says, "Good. Then can 
> I have some
> corn?"
> How is an ear of corn like an army?
> It has lots of kernels.
> It seems a farm boy accidentally overturned his wagon load of 
> corn. The
> farmer who lived nearby heard the noise.
> "Hey Willis!!" the farmer yelled. "Forget your troubles. Come 
> in with us.
> Then I'll help you get the wagon up."
> "That's mighty nice of you, " Willis answered, "but I don't 
> think Pa would
> like me to."
> "Aw, come on," the farmer insisted.
> "Well okay," the boy finally agreed, and added, "But Pa won't 
> like it."
> After a hearty dinner, Willis thanked his host. "I feel a lot 
> better now,
> but I know Pa is going to be real upset."
> "Don't be foolish !" the neighbor said with a smile. "By the 
> way, where is
> he?"
> "Under the wagon."
> What do you get when a Unicorn is runover by a Mac truck?
> "Creamed" corn.
> What do you call the best student at Unicorn school?
> The "A"corn.
> What do Unicorns call their father?
> "Pop" corn.
> What do Unicorns use for money?
> Corn "Bread."
> What did the baby corn say to the mom corn? Where is my pop corn?!
> If corn oil comes from corn, where does baby oil come from?
> When is corn like a little quiz?
> When it's popped.
> What has ears but cannot hear?
>  A field of corn.
> What did the farmer say when he picked up the corn?
> "Aw, shucks!"
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