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Old 02-18-2008, 01:29 PM
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CJ. You know how they named Canada, eh?

They pulled letters out of a hat...

C, eh

N, eh

D, eh

.....Canada!

(Hey, I grew up there and most of my famly still lives there)

Don't ask me about the whores and hockey players joke.....

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I take offense to that! Ok, not really Now I want to hear the joke about the whores and the hockey players. I need a laugh
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Old 02-19-2008, 07:47 AM
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I take offense to that! Ok, not really Now I want to hear the joke about the whores and the hockey players. I need a laugh
Are those separate jokes or not
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How about the one about the three oven builders, the bishop and the nun?
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Old 02-19-2008, 08:18 AM
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Or was that hoes and hockey players?
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Old 02-19-2008, 10:34 AM
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Nope, I think that one was about the twofer, the sixty pounder, the Yukon Mickie, the Newfie, the hockey puck, the bishop and the zamboni, when all those hosers dropped the back bacon into the toque. Now that was a good old Canuck joke, eh? Well, the moose liked it, anyway.

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Hehehehe! Funny stuff Jim. I love Canada (in the summer). Way too cold for my blood otherwise. Pet the moose for me!
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Nope, I think that one was about the twofer, the sixty pounder, the Yukon Mickie, the Newfie, the hockey puck, the bishop and the zamboni, when all those hosers dropped the back bacon into the toque. Now that was a good old Canuck joke, eh? Well, the moose liked it, anyway.

Jim

I guess it was...

I'm feeling less cultured ever day around here.

Aussie slang, Canadian slang...
Lost lost lost.

I do know one Canadian joke though.
The pizza drivers at Domino's Pizza in Florida used to tell it.

"Do you know the difference between a Canuck and a canoe?"
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Canoes tip.
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Okay, you guys. Why is Budweiser like making love in a canoe? That that !

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