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Now There’s A Joke!

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I Stole These Jokes And Made Them Rhyme… You’re Welcome

A Mexican magician

Was the epitome of grace.

He would count “uno, dos,”

Then disappear without a tres.

He did this trick in Europe.

When he reappeared he said “mama mia!”

Then he asked “can you see me now?”

And the crowd said: “Yes, oui, si, ja.” 

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Pokemon

A pyromaniacal lizard,

A grand aquatic turtle,

A plant-infested dinosaur

Walk into a bar.

Some ten-yeard-olds

Go on a quest with them.

It’s worked out well so far.

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Not Your Average Blackbirds

Three grey crows

Walk into a bar

Where liberals make jokes

About how white they are.

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This Poem Is As Funny As You Are

Why did the [subject]

[action in past-tense]?

Because [satisfying irony],

But that’s just my two cents.

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After the Rave

What is orange

And six feet tall

And smells like it is dead?

This isn’t a joke.

I’m asking you

Because one is in my bed.

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You May Already Get This Joke

You enter the clearing

Where your publisher lives

And wander up to his home.

You’re greeted by

A lovely smell

And ceramic garden gnome.

You didn’t think

You’d leave here rich.

You thought you’d just come for dinner,

But at the Publisher’s

Clearing House

You may already be a winner.

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