Tuesday, April 21, 2020

"What's The Difference" Naughty Jokes







  • "What's the difference between a G-spot and a golf ball? A guy will actually search for a golf ball."

    • "What's the difference between a tire and 365 used condoms? One is a Goodyear. The other is a great year."
    • "What's the difference between your boyfriend and a condom? Condoms have evolved: They're not so thick and insensitive anymore."
    • "What's the difference between 'Oooh!' and 'Aaah!'? About three inches."
    • "What's the difference between a Greyhound terminal and a lobster with boobs? One is a crusty bus station and the other is a busty crustacean."

    Sunday, April 19, 2020

    Superstition !!

    Superstition !!

    10 Jokes, 10 LIFE LESSONS

    A wife sent her husband a romantic text message…

    The Secret Meaning of Anklets And Why Some Wives Wear Them


    A wife sent her husband a romantic text message… 
    She wrote: “If you are sleeping, send me your dreams. If you are laughing, send me your smile. If you are eating, send me a bite. If you are drinking, send me a sip. If you are crying, send me your tears. I love you.” Her husband texted back: “I’m on the toilet, please advise.”

    Friday, April 17, 2020

    An old married couple are in church one Sunday - Hilarious Joke

    An old married couple are in church one Sunday… 
    when the woman turns to her husband and says, “I’ve just let out a really long, silent fart. What should I do?”
    The husband turned to her and says, “Replace the battery in your hearing aid.”

    Wednesday, April 15, 2020

    Coronavirus Quotes - The Most hilarious ones

    Coronavirus Quotes  - The Most hilarious ones

    Best Coronavirus Quotes - Best Coronavirus Jokes



    The coronavirus (Covid-19) situation is dire, but the ability to make light of awful situations is an historic marker of British coping mechanisms, so here are the best coronavirus quotes and coronavirus jokes

    “COVID-19 has the potential to kill all presidential candidates prior to the election.”
    ― Steven Magee

    “The world is going through a period of crisis, but whether we look at it as a crisis or as an opportunity to reshape our thinking, depends on us. So use this period as a lesson on how to live life with a concern for all of humankind.”
    ― Abhijit Naskar


    “For the LORD your God walks in the midst of thy camp to deliver thee and to give up thine enemies before thee; therefore shall thy camp be holy; that he see no unclean thing in thee and turn away from you."Deuteronomy 23:14”
    ― Lailah Gifty Akita


    “This virus is shrewd in its camouflage and unabashed in its cruelty.”
    ― Aysha Taryam


    “If you are blessed with your health in these times, then embrace the feelings that you are faced with, try to deal with them for there is a blessing in every tragedy and we must find it in order to endure.”
    ― Aysha Taryam


    “Aloneness seems to be the greatest byproduct of this invisible enemy for whether or not a person has been infected the condition is one of separation, a self-imposed isolation. Be it out of fear or guilt you are expected to stop your life in its tracks and confine yourself willingly and against all natural instincts to the walls that house you.”
    ― Aysha Taryam


    “Helping those in need is not charity, it's humanity.”
    ― Abhijit Naskar


    “God, with a modern-day plague upon us, we ask for strength, guidance, and direction. When this is over, let us take what we have learned and make our world—your world—a more righteous place.”
    ― Charles F Glassman

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