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Favorite Joke Thread

Here’s my favorite joke. Ever.

A duck walks into a pharmacy and asks the clerk, “Got any duck food?”
“No”, says the clerk, “we don’t sell duck food.”
“OK”, says the duck and walks out.
The next day the duck walks into the pharmacy and aks “Got any duck food?”
The clerk once again replies, “No, like I told you, we don’t sell duck food.”
“OK”, says the duck and walks out.
The next day the duck walks into the pharmacy and asks “Got any duck food?”
The clerk says “Hey look, I told you two times already that we don’t sell duck food!”
“OK”, says the duck and walks out.
The next day the duck walks into the pharmacy and says “Got any duck food?”
This time the clerk yells “We don’t sell any duck food and if you come in here one more time asking, I am going to nail your little webbed feet to the ground!”
“OK”, says the duck and walks out.
The next day the duck walks into the pharmacy and says “Got any nails?”
“No”, says the confused clerk.
The duck says, “Good, got any duck food?”

Your turn.

Update: I am going overseas on business for  the week, so posting may be sporadic. Therefore, please make sure we at least have some good jokes to keep us going…

Update: Speaking about duck food:

Neither gunfire nor two days in a refrigerator could slay this duck.

When the wife of the hunter who shot it opened the refrigerator door, the duck lifted its head, giving her a scare.

The man’s wife “was going to check on the refrigerator because it hadn’t been working right and when she opened the door, it looked up at her,” said Laina Whipple, a receptionist at Killearn Animal Hospital. “She freaked out and told the daughter to take it to the hospital right then and there.”

The 1-pound female ring-neck ended up at Goose Creek Wildlife Sanctuary, where it has been treated since Tuesday for wounds to its wing and leg.

Sanctuary veterinarian David Hale said it has about a 75 percent chance of survival, but probably won’t ever be well enough to be released back into the wild.

He said the duck, which has a low metabolism, could have survived in a big enough refrigerator, especially if the door was opened and closed several times. And he said he understands how the hunter thought the duck was dead.

“This duck is very passive,” Hale said. “It’s not like trying to pick up a Muscovy at Lake Ella, where you put your life in your hands.”

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David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media
Picture of David Lange

David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media
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