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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
Take a boy with bare feet as a starter  Recipe for a multi-millionaire:  4  17293 
Take care of the pennies  Saving  1  17148 
Talk 'bout railroads bein' a blessin',  Railroads  1  17390 
Talk about Napoleon!  Domestic Finance  3  17448 
Talking about dry towns,  Prohibition  3  17200 
TEACHER - "Freddie, you musn't  Laughter  2  17588 
TEACHER - "How many zones has the earth?"  Zones  4  17366 
TEACHER - "If a man saves $2 a week,  Automobiles  2  17666 
TEACHER - "Now, Johnny, suppose I should borrow  Arithmetic  2  17772 
TEACHER - "Now, Tommy,  Prayers  2  17158 
TEACHER - "Now, Willie, where did you get  Teachers  4  17327 
TEACHER - "Tommy, do you know  Bees  2  17304 
TEACHER - "Willie, did your father cane  Punishment  4  16998 
TEACHER-"Good little boys do not skate on Sunday,  Sunday  4  17282 
TEACHER-"Now, Tommy, what is a hypocrite?"  Hypocrisy  2  17068 
Teacher: "In which of his battles  Battle  2  18021 
Ted had a habit of dropping in at the house next door  Diplomacy  4  17604 
Telephone girls sometimes glory in their mistakes  Blunders  6  17257 
Tell me, does your husband snore?  Art  4  17744 
Ten poor men sleep in peace  Kings And Rulers  2  17275 
Th' only time some fellers ever  Gardening  1  17770 
Thank Heaven, those bills are got rid of,  Bills  3  17425 
That celebrated statue, the Winged Victory,  Victory  2  17305 
That clever and brilliant genius,  Drunkards  5  17513 
That fellow is too slick for me.  Salesmen And Salesmanship  3  17478 
That fellow Jones is a hard-headed cuss,  A Wonder!  3  18708 
That gentleman who is being introduced  Not Restricted  2  17267 
That new steamer they're building is a whopper,  Steamships  2  17142 
That was the spirit of your uncle  Dining  2  17282 
That which makes the   Vanity  1  17534 
That woman never turns away a hungry man.  Hunger  3  17725 
That writer does the most,  Authors  1  17550 
That you, dearie? I'm detained  Important Business  4  17553 
That's a swell umbrella you carry.  Umbrellas  4  17287 
That's Betty Grant's new maid.  Hope Springs Eternal  3  17400 
That's rather a handsome mantelpiece  Memorials  4  17153 
THE "ANGEL" (about to give a beggar a dime)  Begging  2  17621 
The "celebrated pianiste," Miss Sharpe,  Musicians  3  17502 
The babu explained with great politeness  Providence  2  17073 
The absentminded inventor perfected  Absentmindedness 2  2  17736 
The accomplished and obliging pianist  Music  1  17072 
The advertisement offered for fifty cents  Profiteers  2  17152 
The aged caretaker of the Episcopal  Nomenclature  2  17088 
The aged colored clergyman,  Sermon  2  17059 
The aged negro clergyman announced solemnly from the pulpit:  Baptism  2  17759 
The airman, after many hours of thick weather,  Geography  2  17599 
The amateur artist was painting sunset,  Art  4  17533 
The amiable old lady was overheard talking  Paradox  2  17370 
The Ant: "Well, we've struck!"  More Opportunity  3  17217 
The apoplectic and grumpy old gentleman  Music  5  17594 


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