Daily Joke: A Chicken Walks into a Public Library
One would expect to find a chicken in a farmhouse, but this story is about a particular chicken that walked into a public library. Read below to find out why.
On a bright sunny day, a chicken curiously walked into a public library, headed straight to the desk, and said, "Book, book, book, book." Without any question, the librarian hands the chicken a book, which the chicken accepts before leaving the library.
Surprisingly, the chicken was back ten minutes later with the book. The chicken gingerly made its way through the library and dropped the book at the desk. Once again, it said, "Book, book, book, book."
The librarian handed the chicken a second book, and the chicken accepted it before disappearing into the crowded street. Ten minutes flew by, and the chicken was back again!
It made its way to the librarian, threw the book on the desk, and said, "Book, book, book, book." Again the librarian gave the chicken a third book, but this time curiously trailed the chicken as it left the library.
She followed the chicken down the street until it finally stopped at a pond, where a frog was sitting on a lily pad. The chicken then shows the frog the book, which in turn shakes its head, saying:
"Read it, read it, read it, read it."
Here's another joke about a man that purchased a horse from a farmer for $250, but the horse died before it was delivered. A man bought a horse from a farmer at $250, and the farmer agreed to deliver the horse to his house the next day.
The next day, the farmer drove down to the man's house and claimed the horse had died. Without making a fuss, the man requested a refund, but the farmer revealed he had already spent the money.
Still relaxed, the man proceeds to ask the farmer to bring him the dead horse. At this point, the confused farmer asks him what he would do with him. The man answered: "I'm going to raffle him off."
Despite his initial hesitation, the farmer delivers the dead horse, and a month later, the two bump into each other. The farmer immediately asked what happened to the dead horse.
The man answered: "I raffled him off. I sold 500 tickets at five dollars apiece and made a profit of $2,495." A bit surprised, the farmer queried if nobody complained, to which the man responded:
"Just the guy who won. So I gave him back his five dollars."
This other joke is about a cowboy who rode into a town for a drink, but his horse got stolen in the process. A traveling cowboy rode into town, unaware of the locals' penchant for picking on travelers. He proceeds to make a quick stop at a saloon for a drink.
Once he was finished with his drink, he discovered his horse had been stolen. He thundered back into the bar, flipped his gun into the air, and caught it expertly before firing a warning shot. He then forcefully asks:
"Which one of you sidewinders stole my horse?"
But no one answered. The cowboy then goes for another beer and threatens that if his horse is not returned by the time he is finished, he would repeat what he did in Texas.
The threat got to the locals, and by the time he was done, his horse was outside waiting for him. As he rode out of the town, the bartender curiously asked, "what happened in Texas?" The cowboy turned and said:
"I had to walk home."
Enjoyed these jokes? Here is another joke about a young couple that moved to a new neighborhood.