Saturday, December 20, 2014

Instrument Jokes

A piano... the key to success

An expensive harp... a big lyre

Violin... the instrument to fiddle around on

Drum... you cannot beat them!

Cello... the universal musical greeting (Cello! how are you doing?)

The bass... a really high-stringed instrument

I will not tell any marching-band jokes, they are too plain and horny.

All different kinds of banjos... pic(k) your choice

The kazoo... Bless you!

- Nathanael

28 comments:

Christian said...

yay

Zoë said...

We're at a record high in messages this month, even if only counting mine - taking yours into account as well (and they're far the better of the two), this month's quantity is nearly triple the highest of previous months!

Christian said...

Really?!? mine our better, yours has a music video in it.

Christian said...

looking back at them now, mine our for superior!!!! >:)

Zoë said...

But I didn't make the music video.
I'm glad you agree with me now. ;)

Zoë said...

Looks like it's seven word sentences now...

Christian said...

that is weird, when putting MET on Spanish mode, the last joke on my list above, you know, the kazoo one, it says "El Kazoo... Dios te bendiga" which in english translates to: " the kazoo... God bless you" they added in a word, it really should just be te bendiga

Christian said...

Yes, I know a little spanish,

Zoë said...

So you expect to be blessed without the existence of God? What kind of atheist ARE you?! ;)

Zoë said...

My favorite is "no comprendo" (which I've probably just misspelled).

Christian said...

I don't think so...

Zoë said...

Excellente!

Christian said...

A word is not spanish just because there is a "E" or "El" at the end!!!!

Zoë said...

I'm just putting it there so you'll el comprendo what I'm trying to say-o... yeah, this isn't going as well as I'd hoped...

Come on, Thanael, it's "excellente" for sure! After all, isn't that what Dora the Explorer says? ;]

Christian said...

that is an example for sure, but not any random word will work doing it to

Christian said...

Mas excelente timing

Zoë said...

Did I say it would?!

Zoë said...

Hmm...

Christian said...

may gustaria un agua porvavor

Zoë said...

WHAT??! "My guest is water please"? Oh wait, is it "may I please have water"? Sorry, my Spanish skills are pretty much nonexistent. :}

Zoë said...

"me gustaria un agua por favor" = "I would like one water please" - the power of Google. ;]

Christian said...

grr...

Zoë said...

At least I had the honesty to post my blundering guesses *before* looking up the answer... ;)

Christian said...

actually, google got it wrong...

Zoë said...

You're kidding?! I read something on the internet and it wasn't TRUE?!!

Christian said...

whoa, mind blown!

Zoë said...

Oh hush! ;D

Zoë said...

Come back! I didn't mean it!
;]