The Webhead report fun intended – Brief Article
Did you know that “astronauts like to do launch”?
There’s a plethora of sad stuff and bad stuff on the Web, so it’s fun to find weird stuff as well–particularly places to find some laughs. The above was found at which, as the URL suggests, will send you a pun every day in your e-mail, if you like.
Or try to find “punny stories” like this:
“Two Alaskans were paddling in their kayak along the coastline. They were out there for a long time and they started to get cold. During one of their breaks they lit a fire to warm up, but tragically their kayak caught fire and they drowned. Moral: You can’t have your kayak and heat it too.”
is the home of the International Save the Puns Foundation, where I found: “Sign in pet store: Buy one dog, get one flea.”
Okay, you hate puns, but trust me, the laughs are out there.
One of my favorite sites is: , which features things like:
COMMON WEDDING QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
Q: Is it all right to bring a date to the wedding?
A: Not if you are the groom.
Q: How many showers is the bride supposed to have?
A: At least one within a week of the wedding.
Then there’s , where I found, in the “Classic Quotes” category, such gems as:
“In cycling, you can put all your money on one horse.”–Stephen Roche, Eurosport
Another favorite offers jokes about your favorite college–361 colleges in four countries: . One goes: “How many college students does it take to change a light bulb? Well, it depends on the college: At MIT it takes five–one to design a nuclear-powered light bulb that never needs changing, one to figure out how to power the rest of Boston using that nuked bulb, two to install it, and one to write the computer program that controls the wall switch.”
Playing at work? Try which includes a panic button that takes you to a business Web page if someone walks in on you. features a new joke every minute of every day. Still interested? Okay:
Sharon Brown most recently reported on dental care products for InsideMS. She’s has been surfing the net for more than a decade.
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