Daily Joke: Two Men Were in Court
It is inevitable for friends to have a misunderstanding, but in this joke, friends Pete and Mick had to take their argument to the court.
Over the last two decades, best friends Pete and Mick have been through so much together. However, like other friends, the two sometimes do not get along well on certain matters.
This time, they had an argument over their contrasting political views. In the court, the judge asked them: "For what reason can't this case be settled out of court?"
No one answered so the judge repeated the question, to which Pete then answered, "That is the thing that we were attempting to do, your honor when the police meddled."
If this joke made you laugh, this next joke maybe even more hilarious. One day, a renowned lawyer was called in on a case between a large railroad company and a farmer.
The farmer noticed that his cow was missing from the field through which the railroad passed. He then decided to file a suit against the railroad company for the value of the cow.
The lawyer cornered the farmer and tried to get him to settle out of court. He did his best selling job, and the farmer later agreed to take half of what he was claiming to settle the case.
The lawyer could not help but celebrate a little over his success after the farmer signed the release and took the cash. He revealed to the farmer that there is really no chance that they will win the case.
The lawyer pointed out that the engineer was sleeping, and the fireman was in the caboose when the train went through the farmer's farm that morning. He also said that he did not have one witness to put on the stand.
The farmer laughed at what the lawyer told him. He then explained that he was actually a little worried about winning the case himself because the cow came back home that morning.
On the off chance that you need another laugh, check out this joke about an older man who owns a shop next to a fancy French restaurant, which opened up a few years ago.
The man would eat his lunch outside at the back of his shop every day at noon. He was unable to bear the cost of pleasant food, so the scents that drifted from the restaurant's kitchen helped his food go down more delicious.
However, the staff from the eatery gave him a receipt one morning. The man looked at the charge for the "enjoyment of service offered." He later decided to march on over there and sort the matter out. But his momentum evaporated once he ran into the manager.