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What made you giggle today?

Asked by poofandmook (17272points) August 26th, 2010

Someone posted a joke I’d actually never heard before on Facebook:

A blonde, a brunette, and a redhead are running from the police. They find three potato sacks in an alley and hide in them. The police stop at the alley and see the three potato sacks. They kick the sack with the brunette in it, and she squeaks like a rat. They kick the sack with the redhead in it, and she meows like a cat. Then they kick the third sack, and the blonde yells, “POTATOES!”

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Adirondackwannabe's avatar

A poofandmook asking what made me giggle.

CMaz's avatar

This sweetheart contacted me today. I am so giddy. ;-)

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

My friend suggesting I should convert to Pastafarianism.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

A few things…I just sent my sister a photo of the shoe I caught while fishing the other day…;)

ucme's avatar

I never giggle, for I am a man.I often guffaw & occasionally chuckle, but giggle? Never I tell you never :¬)

muppetish's avatar

Charlie Chaplin in a chicken costume.

ANef_is_Enuf's avatar

That joke. haha

erichw1504's avatar

Where does George Washington keep his armies?

In his sleevies.

Randy's avatar

This video actually. How am I supposed to relate to that?!

Blackberry's avatar

A few witty comments Jon Stewart made on the daily show, I was watching it on the internet today, although I forgot exactly what he said. It was the episode about the current Prop 8 stuff and it aired Aug 6.

janbb's avatar

A New York “summer person” was actually nice to me in the bakery.

Austinlad's avatar

A long exchange of very bad puns between me and one of my co-workers.

Blackberry's avatar

@Austinlad That’s pretty punny.

janbb's avatar

@Austinlad Were you punshing each other?

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

janbb saying nice and New York in the same sentence.

janbb's avatar

@Adirondackwannabe Only because it’s such a rare occasion.

MacBean's avatar

@erichw1504: I’ve heard that joke a million times before and it still makes me laugh out loud.

@Adirondackwannabe FUCK YOU, NEW YORKERS ARE THE SWEETEST. ;)
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A little while ago I was sitting downstairs in the living room with my parents. I was reading a book, my dad was playing a game on his laptop and my mother was watching a soap opera. Dad and I semi-watch soaps when my mother has them on because we get a kick out of making fun of them. The problem with semi-watching is that we don’t really know what’s going on. Dad proved that once again when he looked up at a guy saying something about how it wasn’t bad being mistaken for this woman’s husband, and that maybe someday it wouldn’t be a mistake. “I thought he was gay…?” Dad said, looking really confused. My mother tried to explain that there were three guys in the previous scene: this guy and a gay couple. Dad shook his head and muttered “I can’t keep these guys straight.” Then he sort of gazed off into mid-distance and blinked. “No pun intended?” I asked, which made him burst out laughing, which made me start to giggle.

CMaz's avatar

Yea! What @MacBean said.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

Add what @MacBean said to the list. (The New Yorker part)

Coloma's avatar

I’m always laughing at myself and with myself…this morning it was one of those ‘I know better’ moments when I cranked my turbo charged water pressure up and the hose went spiraling out of control and whipped around and blasted me in the face. lol

KatawaGrey's avatar

@Adirondackwannabe: Made me smile when he sent me a message to see how I was doing after having my wisdom teeth removed. :)

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

Thanks @KatawaGrey That made me smile.

downtide's avatar

@poofandmook your joke made me laugh. Thanks!

free_fallin's avatar

I giggled like a school girl over an email from a sweet person.

Frenchfry's avatar

Ucme cracks me up. You never know what he is going to say next. Sometimes it has alittle shock factor as well. Like did he just say that?

mangeons's avatar

My friend just being hilarious in a chat on msn. :P

espearite's avatar

Thinking about how fast me and my would-be love interest would be going at it, if we could. Gosh, the thoughts you have at work.

Dr_Lawrence's avatar

My daughter’s two girls aged 5 and 3 at whose home I am staying this week!

Aethelwine's avatar

It was a beautiful day and I am finally happy after dealing with major stress for over a year. I had to run to the store around 5pm and noticed someone riding my ass in the rear view mirror. I was doing the speed limit, so I wasn’t out of line. I could tell the lady behind me was getting impatient and upset.

I giggled while driving along with the windows down listening to Lynyrd Skynrd. Why do people have to constantly rush and not appreciate a beautiful day? I can understand if I was holding up traffic or driving slow in the passing lane, but I wasn’t. ef you lady ;)

perspicacious's avatar

Answerbag answers.

Coloma's avatar

@jonsblond

I am always waving people around me on my local highway
The speed limit wavers between 50–55 but everyone wants to do 65–70.
Jeez….chill out and enjoy the beauty!
I always laugh too, poor fools that can’t slow down, oh well, let them use up all their heartbeats having a tantrum while tailgating, I’ll just be cruisn’ with a smile on my face. lol

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