It’s time for the results of our December Joke Contest. The theme is Comedy Across the Globe. It’s not factual. It’s just intended to be funny.
Our entries were evaluated by a panel of 12 judges (speakers and improv players).
Exercise your humor skills in next month’s contest which will be announced on January 1 , 2015.
Here are the top lines for this month.
** FIRST PLACE **
British Comedy: It’s considered impolite to laugh, but occasionally an
upper lip may quiver.
Tom Nee, Oak Lawn, Illinois
** SECOND PLACE **
Tel Aviv Comedy: The humor Israeli funny.
Marty Bernstein, Oak Park, Illinois
** THIRD PLACE **
Kentucky Comedy: The jokes get funnier with each shot of bourbon.
Gerald Fleischmann, Fountain Valley, California
HONORABLE MENTION (In random order.)
Wisconsin Comedy: If you want to hear a gouda joke, they tell the
Kansas Comedy: Rest-stop comedians tell jokes to keep drivers awake
until they reach the Colorado state line.
Russian comedy: Take my Comrade…Please!
Kitty Hawk comedy: The comedians always use props.
New Jersey comedy: I’m from Jersey, are you from Jersey?
Belgium Comedy: They call a politician who doesn’t vote a Belgian
Death Valley Comedy: The humor is funny but very dry.
California earthquake humor: It often results in a rumble of laughter.
Las Vegas Comedy: It’s Kinde of fun.
North/South of the Border Comedy: The funniest area of Canada is the
Yuck-on Territory while Mexico has the Yuck-atan Peninsula.
Italian Comedy: When something is funny, you laugh with your hands.
North Pole Comedy: Every joke gets a response of “Ho, Ho, Ho!”
Chicago Comedy: No need to wait for the punch line; laugh early and
Interplanetary Comedy: Comics are from Mars, comediennes are from
Canadian Comedy: Takes longer, because it has to be delivered in both
English and French.
Chinese Comedy: It’s funny, but you’ll be wanting more in an hour.
Swiss Comedy: Constructed and delivered so as not to offend anybody.