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Jokes, Riddles & Giggles Listing Alphabetical by First Lines or part thereof.

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First Line Joke, Riddle or Giggle Title Lines Views
Camp life is just  Camping  1  17886 
Can I 'ave the arternoon off to  Justification  3  17502 
Can I get a steak here  Steak  2  17557 
Can the Burbanks of the glorious West  Onions  4  17228 
Can the English language survive after US  Bushisms  13  19114 
Can you play bridge to-night?  Hope Springs Eternal  4  17353 
Can you tell what steam is?  Steam  2  17325 
Can't I take your order for one of our encyclopedias!  College Graduates  2  17246 
CASEY - "Now, phwat wu'u'd ye do in a case loike thot?"  Wives  3  17198 
Cephas is a darky come up from Maryland  Excuses  4  17594 
CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE - "Is this the place  Trade Unions  3  17363 
Chakey, Chakey," called the big sister  Dining  1  17474 
Champ Clark loves to tell of how in the heat  Congressmen  4  17519 
Charity is a virtue  Charity  1  17368 
Charity," said Rev. B.,  Charity  1  17675 
Charles Frohman was talking to a Philadelphia  Details  4  17590 
Charles had attained the age of five  Prayer  2  17503 
Charles Stuart, formerly senator from Michigan,  Strategy  10  17046 
Charlie and Nancy had quarreled.  Anger  4  17407 
CHIEF CLERK (to office boy)  Employers And Employees  2  18430 
Child: "Mother,  Justification  1  17392 
Childhood has no forebodings;  Children  1  17261 
Children," said the teacher,  Realism  2  17327 
Chimmie: "Dat's McCorker de heavy-weight  Claiming Acquaintance  2  17237 
CHINAMAN - "You tellee me where railroad depot?"  Lost And Found  3  17439 
Chloe: I sho' mighter knowed   Ready And Willing  3  17224 
Cholly Lyttlebrayne: "Yes, the doctors  Better Unsaid  2  17248 
Clang, clatter, bang!  Fire Departments  5  17560 
Clarence, aged eight, was a member of the Band of Mercy,  Cats  4  17969 
Clean and dress a wriggle, add a pint of nearly milk,  Recipe for a baby:  4  17572 
CLERK - "Can you let me off to-morrow afternoon?  Shopping  3  17358 
COLONEL HIGHFLYER - "What are your rates per column?"  Newspapers  2  17221 
Come in the evening, or come in the morning,  Welcomes  4  17441 
Come in the evening, or come in the morning,  Welcomes  4  17204 
Come in the evening, or come in the morning,  Welcomes  4  17396 
Come in," called the magazine editor.  Journalism  3  17435 
Come over here!" called a friend to an  Safety First  3  17670 
Come, Dorothy," said her father impatiently,  That Kind!  2  17396 
Coming to a river with which he was unfamiliar,  Half A Duck Deep  4  17494 
Commenting on the comparatively small  Wages  2  17731 
Confession is good for the soul.  Confessions  2  17826 
Congress is a national inquisitorial  Congress  1  17325 
Congressman Longworth is not gifted with much hair,  Baldness  5  17847 
Consequences are unpitying.  Consequences  1  21099 
Consider the ways of the little green cucumber,  Cucumbers  1  17497 
Conversation is the laboratory  Conversation  1  17290 
Cooks' tourists travel exactly according to schedule.  Schedule  5  17527 
Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy,  Clothing  3  17439 
Courage, the highest gift, that scorns to bend  Courage  10  17347 
Cousin Willie, aged ten, came for a visit  Scapegoat  9  17308 


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