A short joke to brighten your day


When I got married, I wanted the gift for our guests to be memorable…..so I made a cookbook.  I collected recipes and jokes from our friends and family and spent many hours in Microsoft Publisher putting together a creation that would be a lasting memory.

This is one of the jokes that was given to me.  I just found it again and it still makes me laugh!


Mahatma Gandhi, as you know, walked barefoot most of the time which produced an impressively thick callus on his feet.  He also ate very little which made him rather frail and, with his odd diet, he suffered from bad breath.  This made him……wait for it…..

A super fragile callused mystic hexed by halitosis.

You’re welcome!



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21 thoughts on “A short joke to brighten your day

  1. Love this! Poor Gandhi …!
    Here’s my all-time favorite joke:

    A frog goes into a bank and walks up to a teller. On her nameplate it says that her name is Patricia Whack.

    “Miss Whack,” says the frog, “I’d like to borrow $30,000 to take a vacation.”

    Patty looks at the frog in disbelief. She asks his name and he says his name is Kermit Jagger. Further, he says his dad is Mick Jagger, and he knows the bank manager.

    Patty explains that he will need to secure the loan with some collateral.

    The frog says, “Sure. How about this?” He shows her a tiny porcelain elephant, about an inch tall, bright pink and perfectly formed.

    Patty is really confused, so she explains that she’ll have to talk with the bank manager. She disappears into a back office.

    When she finds the manager she says, “There’s a frog called Kermit Jagger out there who says he knows you. He wants to borrow $30,000, and he wants to use this elephant as collateral. Can you believe it? What IS this elephant supposed to be?”

    The bank manager looks at her and says…

    “It’s a knick-knack, Patty Whack. Give the frog a loan. His old man’s a Rolling Stone.”

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