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Laughing with Your Grandkids is Good Medicine. Our best jokes to make you the hero.

I wish I could take a pill for laughter. A holistic one, that is. I am serious and intense and anyone who can make me laugh is welcome company! I used to wake up early on Saturday morning and listen to NPR’s Car Talk with Click and Clack (Car Talk) just because I loved hearing the brothers laugh! Their laughter was infectious. RIP Tom.

 

Certain to always make me laugh is Jeanne Robertson. Check out her video: Don’t Bungee Jump Naked on YouTube. She has spent a lifetime traveling the country delivering family friendly comedic acts.

 

I have a friend who could stand in for Jeanne Robertson because she is so funny. She collects humorous cocktail napkins, so I’m laughing while I’m grabbing the wine. Here’s one of hers latest:

 

 

I was in the grocery store line a while back and looked over and saw this magnet and was laughing so hard I had to get out of line.

 My husband didn’t think this was funny. Don’t know why.

How about these one-liners?

How many Lowes could Rob Lowe Rob if Rob Lowe could Rob Lowes?

Someone stole my Microsoft Office and they’re gonna pay. You have my Word. 

I keep all my dad jokes in a dad-a-base.

The older you get, the better you get. Unless you are a banana. 

 

And, as promised, here are some kid jokes to keep your grandkids thinking you are the greatest.

 

What do birds give out on Halloween? 

Tweets.

Why are teddy bears never hungry?

They’re always stuffed!

Why can’t you ever tell a joke around glass?

It could crack up.

What did one math book say to the other?

“I’ve got so many problems.”

Knock knock. Who's there? Taco. Taco who? Taco to you later. It's taking too long for you to open the door.

Knock knock. Who's there? Hatch. Hatch who? God bless you.

Knock knock. Who's there? Police. Police who? Police stop telling these awful knock knock jokes!

Why can’t a bicycle stand on its own? It’s two-tired.

What do you call a horse who lives around the corner? Neeeiggghhbor

Where does a cow go on a date? To the moo-vies.

 

Nancy Shields is the executive director for ASA and while intense can enjoy a delightful glass of French Rose and hope that someone will make her laugh! Help Nancy laugh!

Have a great joke? We want to know! Send to us: info@americanseniors.org

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