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Q:) Why do men ask women for their hand in marriage?

A:) Because they're tired of using their own.

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1 hour ago, No Stars In My Eyes said:

Q:) Why do men ask women for their hand in marriage?

A:) Because they're tired of using their own.

Oooooooooooohhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!

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Two highways walk into a bar, the first goes up to the bar and says," I'm highway 66, I'm the roughest toughest and best known highway in the world. Give me a beer."

The second highway walks up to the bar and says "I'm California highway 160, I go through some of the most dangerous parts of the country and everybody knows about Death Valley. Give me a beer."

Then a small, tiny, thin, insignificant thread of a road comes into the bar and moves straight between the two highways knocking them aside and demands a beer.

The bartender looks at the two highways and says, "I thought you two were rough and tough but he just walked all over you, what gives?"

Route 66 looked at the bartender and said "You don't mess with him. He's a cyclepath."

 

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[Disclaimer: apologies for this joke if you are a blonde, but it made me groan, so here goes:]

Two blondes fell into a very deep hole. 

The 1st one said,  "It's dark in here, isn't it!"

The 2nd one said, "I can't tell; I can't see."

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What's the difference between a train and a school teacher?

The train goes: choo-choo-choo-choo.

The teacher goes: Spit that gum out!

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