Starts at 60 Daily Jokes: A young boy asks a pregnant lady a question

The young boy seemed very confused by the response. Source: Pixabay

A three-year old walks over to a pregnant lady while waiting with his mother in a doctor’s surgery.

“Why is your stomach so big?” he asks.

“I’m having a baby,” she replies.

“Is the baby in your stomach?” he asks, with his big eyes.

“Yes, it is,” she says.

“Is it a good baby?” he asks, with a puzzled look.

“Oh, yes. A really good baby,” the lady replies.

Shocked and surprised, he asks: “Then why did you eat him?”

Starts at 60 Daily Joke: Sue was excited about her 25th wedding anniversary

“Honey, what will you give me for our 25th anniversary?” Sue asked.

“A trip to Thailand,” her husband Tom replied.

“Wow, that’s fantastic, and for our 50th anniversary?”

“Well, then I pick you up again,” he replied.

Starts at 60 Daily Joke: A boy goes to the corner store

A boy goes to the corner store. On seeing him enter, the cashier whispers to the customer he’s serving: “This is the dumbest kid in the world. Just watch this.”

The cashier pulls out a single dollar coin and places it in one hand then holds a five dollar note in his other hand.

“Which do you want?” the cashier asks the boy. The boy looks at both for a moment before picking up the dollar coin and leaving.

“What did I tell you? The kid never learns!” the cashier laughs.

Later, as the customer is leaving he sees the same boy leaving the ice cream shop next door.

“Hey, son!” he shouts out. “Can I ask you why you never take the five dollar note?”

The boy licks his ice cream and replies: “Because the day I take the five dollar note, the game is over!”

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