Ole showed up for work at the plant with two black eyes. His coworker asked him what happened.
Answers to the Fish-Trip Logic Puzzle.
Ah, summertime! Folksy small-town parades, the crack of the baseball bat and, of course, the smell of meatless meat grilling on the barbeque.
A traveling salesman stays overnight with a farm family. When the family gathers to eat there’s a pig seated at the table.
The global pandemic known as Avenger’s Fever is showing few signs of abating.
Three women were returning to their Hungarian village when they spotted a pants-less man, obviously inebriated, walking in front of them.
After 20 years in practice, the rigors of the job just got to be too much for a proctologist.
The road to the Final Four ends right here in Minneapolis on Monday night.
You are no doubt thinking of ways to parody the recent college admissions scandal.
Ole was born and raised a Lutheran. Each Friday night after work, he fired up his outdoor grill and cooked himself a venison steak.
After thirty years of performing, Gino the human cannonball decided to call it a career.
The last four weeks have brought more than three feet of snow and record-low temperatures to this patch of fly-over country.
After seeing his doctor one morning, a man returns home to his wife.