3 Funny Jokes about Getting Older

Olawale
Feb 01, 2020
06:15 P.M.
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With age comes wisdom, but most times, some things are associated with getting older. Here is some hilarious read about aging!

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A young man had his eyes fixed on an elderly couple who sat down to have lunch. As he observed the couple, he noticed that the husband divided everything they ordered in twos. First, he began with the hamburger, then the fries, and lastly, the drink. 

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After splitting the foods, the husband started to dig into his meal, while his wife sat with her hands folded on her lap. The onlooker then offered to buy the elderly couple another meal, so that they could both have enough to eat rather than share.

However, the older man declined the offer; he explained to the young man their policy as a couple that shares everything equally after spending five decades of their lives together.

The young man then turned to the wife to ask her why she left her meal untouched; she replied that it was her husband's turn to use the teeth.

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Joke number two centers on the discussion of three old friends as they all complained about their bowel problems. The first man, 70, complained that his peeing time is delayed by twenty minutes after he gets up by 7, to use the toilet.

The second older man, 80, revealed that he gets delayed by thirty minutes after waking up by 8 am.

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The third man, 90, then commented that he handles his number one at 7 am, and his number two at 8 am.

Puzzled, his friends chorused: "So what's your problem?" The man then mentioned that his wake up time is actually by 9 am. Oops! 

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This third joke features two friends, Marie and Edith, who drove past a red traffic light three times. The first and second time it happened, Edith at the passenger seat, quietly queried herself, and thought that "she might be losing it."

The third time it occurred caused Edith to ask her friend Marie why she didn't stop at the traffic lights. Edith told her friend that her actions could have claimed their lives. Marie's response was: "Oh, am I driving?"

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I hope this offered a good laugh? With age inevitably comes a new method of doing things! Here is another joke to make you laugh.

Source: startsat60

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