Weirdos and Creepers The Joke's On Me Jennie Albano

Have you ever had the super fun experience of enduring  a friend or relative who seems to have a limitless stash of corny jokes that they like to unload on unsuspecting party guests or awkward family dinner attendees?  If so, then you get it. Funny jokes are funny and a welcome bit of entertainment at any gathering.   Corny jokes are just that…corny and hardly ever something people enjoy listening to.  They are even less fun to read as the introduction to or entire contents of an email from a potential internet suitor.

But this is yet another interesting W&C phenomenon that has cropped up as my inbox gets bombarded with awkwardly terrible attempts at jokes that some wannabe Comedy Creepers seem to think are an appropriate way to introduce themselves to me.  In what Carrot Top-run universe is this a good idea?  Apparently, my internet pals do not possess the kind of obvious common sense that would prevent them from hitting ‘send’ on these bad joke emails.  When I got the first one of these emails, I thought it might be a singular fluke.  But then I got a few more and I thought, Dear Lord of Internet Dating Sites, this is not a good trend…but it is a great example of the torture my poor inbox withstands on a daily basis.  As we’ve previously addressed, I know it is hard to start a conversation with a stranger and breaking the ice can be a challenge.  Once again, I have to stick with my theory that being genuine and straight-forward is a much better way to go than the hokey route.  Don’t you guys agree?

Take a look at what passes for ice-breaking humor below and the cringe-worthy results that seem to be what I attract online is sure to make you feel better about your own situation, guaranteed.

If bad jokes are really what people are into, all I can say is, take my social life… please.

 

Bad Joke Email #1

to break the ice.
So there’s these 2 muffins in an oven.
They’re both sitting, just chilling and getting baked.
And one of them yells “God Damn, it’s hot in here!”
And the other muffin replies “Holy Crap, a talking muffin!”

I completely agree with what you said about being traditional. What kind of movies do you like?  A little about me, I am who I am and I love who I am. I am confident in myself and all I ask is for an opportunity. If given that opportunity I hope that I can show you that I am different from the other thousands of guys on this website.
I look forward to hearing from you soon. Check out my profile. Anything else you want to know feel free to ask. I consider myself an open book.
Ciao Bella

 

Bad Joke Email #2

Any Luck on here? Or your just waiting for me :)
Hears a joke I red this morning, and I’ll share with you. hopefully it will make you laugh :),
While living in Denver the weatherman said, expect 10 to 12 inches of snow tonight so park on the right side of the road so we can plow the left side. Willie’s wife ran out and parked on the right side. The next week the forecast called for another 10 to 12 inches of snow, but this time he said park on the left side. So Willie’s wife ran out and parked the car on the left side of the road. The following week he said 16 inches of snow expected park, the lights went out and all our power was lost. Willie’s wife said, my goodness, now I don’t know where to park the car. “Why don’t you just leave it in the garage!” Willie said.
lol
I Would luv to Hang out if you are Interested?

 

Bad Joke Email #3

A pirate walks into a bar with a steering wheel on his pants…

The bartender asks him whats the steering wheel for…

The pirate says “Arrrrr its drivin me nuts!”

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  1. his first line: “any luck on here? or are you just waiting for me?” is actually pretty cute :)
    IMO, it broke the ice perfectly. no corny joke needed.

  2. I’m not even sure why the snow joke is funny… But that, compounded with the atrocious spelling really does nothing good for his first impression.
    Admitedly I giggled at the pirate joke, but maybe just because of the Scottish accent I gave him in my head… >.>

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