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Bar Jokes
bellying up :: Keith

So, my personal history, my lifelong dream, and a decent size reflection of myself walk into this bar, and the bartender says, “You’ve got to be kidding me,” to which the three reply, “That’s what we were thinking.”

    TAGS:  bartenders, bar jokes, surreal, self-image

Alligator Stuff :: Keith

This man walks into a bar on Mother’s Day and finds himself perched on a barstool between an alligator who’s obviously had too much to drink and a born again Christian woman.

    TAGS:  alligators, bar jokes, barstools, born again, Mother's Day

A nun walked into a bar with a duck tucked underneath her arm, she saddled up to the bar and nodded at the horse trying to look nonchalant while tossing back rye shots and smoking a Swisher Sweet.

    TAGS:  ducks, duck - the bird, bar jokes, horses, nuns, Swisher Sweets


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