Grammar Humor

Seven Grammar or Punctuation Jokes involving Bars

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Here are two grammar jokes. Perhaps they will entertain you.

Best Grammar Joke Ever:

An English professor was trying to make extra money selling vacuum cleaners door-to-door. At his next scheduled stop, he knocked and a little girl answered.

“Young Lady, may I please have a word with your mother?” he asked.

“Nah, she ain’t home,” the girl replied.

Taken aback, the man scolded the little girl: “Young lady, where’s your grammar?”

“She’s upstairs taking a bath.”

Second Best Grammar Joke Ever:

A man is found guilty of a crime and is left standing before a judge awaiting his punishment.

“What is your name, sir?” asked the judge.

“P-Participle, your Honor,” stammered the felon.

“Well, Mr. Participle, I sentence you to death by hanging,” boomed the judge.

“You can’t, your Honor,” replied the felon.

“Can’t I? I’m the authority here and can do whatever I please.”

“Not really, your Honor. You’re not supposed to end a sentence with a dangling Participle.”

Thanks to Colin McKinnon

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