A "walks into a bar" joke has to at least two lines of dialog, one of which must be said by the bartender.Snap, Crackle and Pop walk into a bar. "Give us a bowl of milk," they say. The bartender says, "We don't have milk, how about beer?" A customer yells "Bartender, fix the radio!"
I don't have to follow your rules, Mr. Establishment Man! Mine is totally way rad better and FRESH! Mine is WRITER-DRIVEN!
Snap, Crackle and Pop were edgy in their day, but what have they done in the past 20 years? Nothing but make a little noise.
a man walks into a bar pulling a chain behind him.the bartender yells, "hey, what are you doing pulling that chain in here?"the man replies, "you ever try PUSHING one of these things?"
slatts walks into a blog and says "Hey, would someone fix the radio?!?"
THIS IS FROM BENNY!stupid blogger is still bollocksing.Benny's joke:A man walks into a bar.The second man ducks.
Gotta disagree with the "walks-into-a-bar-2-lines-of-dialog" rule. My all-time favorite (completely geeky) "walks-into-a-bar" joke involves ONE line of dialog and a hand gesture. Doesn't work so well in print, and doesn't work at all if you're not familiar with binary, but here 'tis:A programmer walks into a bar and says [holding up two fingers], "Three beers please."WHY AREN'T YOU LAUGHING!?!?
No, sorry. Benny's joke doesn't work, 'cause it breaks the rules. A "walks-into-a-bar" joke has to have at least one line of dialog!
Benny's joke trumps them all. It's funny because it breaks all the rules. So there, Mr. Jokes-Have-To-Have-Rules Man. HMPF!
A man walks into a bar and breaks all the rules. Nobody says anything.
A man walks into a blog and tries to leave a comment, but nothing happens.
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