Frontier Former Editor

April 27, 2006

Ever heard a Teamster joke?

Filed under: humor — Frontier Former Editor @ 9:28 pm

These are the journalistic equivalent of Helen Keller jokes, which makes them so damned much fun!

Two Teamsters are standing around talking. The first Teamster notices that the second Teamster keeps looking down at a snail near his foot and getting more and more on edge.

Finally, the second Teamster stomps the snail and crushes it into snail dust and slime.

“Hey, whydjya do that?” the first Teamster yells. “That snail wasn’t hurtin’ any thing.”

“The hell you say,” the second Teamster yells. “That damned snail’s been followin me around all day!”

Ba da da DUM!

– How many Teamsters does it take to unload a tractor-trailer? What damn business is it of YOURS?!!

– How can you tell the Teamsters’ kids at the local playground? They’re the ones sitting in lawnchairs and eating doughnuts.

– How can you tell when a Teamster’s died? The doughnut drops out of his hand.

That felt good. You don’t know how good . . .

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4 Comments »

  1. how many Teamsters does it take to screw in a light bulb?

    32. You got a problem wit dat?

    Comment by sledpress — January 28, 2009 @ 12:46 am

  2. Why has no-one been prosecuted in connection with the disappearance of Mr Hoffa, the Teamster leader who “disappeared” in mysterious circumstances

    How did such a large US Union come to have such a Leader …. for so many years

    What does this tell us about the US Criminal System … and the US Police ?

    Comment by G Eagle Esq — January 28, 2009 @ 4:04 am

  3. Why do the teamsters use a horse as a mascot?
    Because its the only working animal known to man to sleep standing up….

    Comment by bobby IB of T 703 — August 29, 2009 @ 4:38 pm

  4. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on anugerah industri muzik 2006.

    Regards

    Comment by Elmo — March 25, 2013 @ 9:43 am


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