Daily Joke: A Circus Performer Was Pulled over by a Police Officer
Today’s #jokeoftheday is about a circus performer who was pulled over by a female police officer who suspected that he was drunk and driving. He had to do the unimaginable to prove he wasn't drunk.
A circus performer was heading back home after a performance and driving at a fast speed and haphazard way that caught the attention of a female police officer on duty. The cop immediately chased after him and pulled him over for speeding.
She asked him for his registration and license and began writing the ticket when she noticed several machetes lying around in the car. She was confused and asked him suspiciously what the machetes were for.
The circus performed answered, “I’m a juggler. I use those in my act.” The police officer was skeptical but intrigued. After a long moment of silence, she asked the circus performer to show her his act with the machetes.
The performer immediately obliged in the hopes that his magical act would impress the police officer to the extent that she would let him off the hook. He took out the machetes and began juggling them.
He started out with three machetes and increased them gradually by adding one to the spin every minute. It eventually became seven and the circus performer was doing a great job of juggling them all.
He did his stunt using the overhand, underhand, and through the back method, wowing the officer with every move when another car passed by driving fast.
The driver in the second car saw the circus performer juggling the seven machetes while the police watched closely. He then said, “My God. I’ve got to give up drinking! Look at the test they’re giving now.”
Another hilarious joke is about a monk who took a vow of silence, choosing to say only two words per year. After his first year at the monastery, he met with the head abbot and said, “better food.”
The abbot got the message clearly and employed a new chef and upgraded the menu. The next year, his meeting with the abbot came and the monk said another set of two words, "Warmer blankets.”
Again, the abbot got the message and purchased warm blankets for the monk. The third year, the monk met again with the abbot and this time said "I quit." The abbot sighed and then said:
“Well, good! All you’ve done since you got here is complain.”
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