- 1 Here is a selection of our best clean jokes for February:
- 1.1 Funny Oxymorons
- 1.2 Funny Coincidences
- 1.3 Funny One-liner Jokes
- 1.4 Why do Women have Two Hands?
- 1.5 Funny Product Information
- 1.6 Funny Shop Names
- 1.7 Questions to Ponder
- 1.8 The following are reportedly English subtitles used in movies from Hong Kong.
- 1.9 Englishman, Frenchman and Irishman - Best clean joke
- 1.10 Etymology of the Word Shrove
- 1.11 Quirky Collective Nouns
- 1.12 February's Distinctive Events
Here is a selection of our best clean jokes for February:Our mission is to amuse you with our best clean jokes, amusing anecdotes and thought provoking images. We also aim to surprise, but never shock you.
- Free Gift
- Numb Sensation
- Stand Down
- Work Party
- Detailed Summary
Funny CoincidencesOn February 13, 1746, a Frenchman, Jean Marie Dubarry, was executed for the murder of his father. Precisely 100 years later, on February 13, 1846, another Frenchman, also named Jean Marie Dubarry, was executed - for the murder of his father.
Funny One-liner Jokes
- I went to buy a watch, and the man in the shop said, 'Analogue.' I said, 'No, just a watch.'
- I went into a shop and I said, 'Can someone sell me a kettle.' The bloke said, 'Kenwood?' I said, 'Where is he then?'
- I met this bloke with a didgeridoo and he was playing Dancing Queen on it. I thought: 'That's Aboriginal.'
- I bought some Armageddon cheese today, and it said on the packet. 'Best Before End'
Why do Women have Two Hands?
Funny Product InformationOn some frozen dinners: 'Serving suggestion: Defrost'. (But, it's just a suggestion). On a bar of Palmolive soap: 'Directions: Use like regular soap'. (And that would be how???) On Nanna's Tiramisu dessert (printed on bottom): 'Do not turn upside down'. (Well...duh, a bit late, huh)!
Funny Shop Names
- Bob Forster from Shipton-under-Wychwood in Oxon, UK has found a local plumber whose van announces: 'The Lone Drainer - he come pronto.'
- 'A Pane in the Glass' is the name of a glazier's in New York State, USA.
- I have seen two of his examples, one in Croydon named 'The Vinyl Frontier'; a shop which sells second hand records;
Questions to Ponder
- Why does a round pizza come in a square box?
- If someone with a split personality threatens to commit suicide, is it a hostage situation?
- Duelling is legal in Paraguay as long as both parties are registered blood donors.
The following are reportedly English subtitles used in movies from Hong Kong.
- I am darn unsatisfied to be killed in this way.
- Fatty, you with your thick face have hurt my instep.
- A normal person wouldn't steal pituitaries.
- Darn, I'll burn you into a BBQ chicken
- Take my advice, or I'll spank you a lot.
- Who gave you the nerve to get killed here?
- I'll fire aimlessly if you don't come out!
- You daring lousy guy.
- Beat him out of recognizable shape!
- Yah-hah, evil spider woman! I have captured you by the short rabbits and can now deliver you violently to your doctor for a thorough extermination.
- Beware! Your bones are going to be disconnected.
- The bullets inside are very hot. Why do I feel so cold?
- How can you use my intestines as a gift?
- You always use violence. I should've ordered glutinous rice chicken.
Englishman, Frenchman and Irishman - Best clean jokeAn Englishman, a Frenchman and an Irishman were in a pub talking about their children. 'My son was born on St George's Day, 'remarked the Englishman, 'So we obviously decided to call him George.' 'That's a real coincidence', observed the Frenchman', My daughter was born on Valentine's Day, so we decided to call her Valentine.' 'That's really incredible', drawled the Irishman, 'Exactly the same thing happened with my son Pancake.'
Etymology of the Word Shrove
In modern English, the word 'Shrove' has no meaning outside of pancake or Shrove Tuesday. Academics can trace shrove to the past tense of the verb shrive, which itself means absolution. This derivation helps to cement the meaning of eating up luxury food before the penance of fasting during Lent. If you bring to mind other old words such as Yuletide (Christmas) and Eastertide, then it will be no surprise that there are lesser known '-tides',Allhallowtide (Halloween), Whitsontide (Whitson) and Shrovetide. My point is that Shrove Tuesday is the last day of Shrovetide.
Quirky Collective Nouns
- A ponder of philosophers
- A nucleus of physicists
- A portfolio of stockbrokers
- A flush of plumbers
- A corps of anatomists
- A bodge of DIYers
- An exaggeration of fishermen
February's Distinctive Events
- 1st Imbolc Eve Pagan Festival
- 1st Super Bowl Jokes XLIX NFL
- 2nd Groundhog Day
- 2nd St. Brigid's Day
- 2nd Candlemas 40 Days since Jesus' nativity
- 4th World Cancer Day
- 7th Charles Dickens Born (1812)
- 6th Monopoly Goes on Sale (1935)
- 8th Parinirvana (Nirvana Day) - Buddhist Festival
- 9th Toothache Day - Ouch!
- 10th St. Scholastica (Patron Saint of Nuns)
- 11th Thomas Edison's Birthday (Inventor)
- 12th Barbie Doll Goes on Sale (1959)
- 14th Valentine's Day
- 15th Nirvana Day - Buddhist Festival
- Presidents Day (Third Monday)
- 25th Mohammad Ali (Cassius Clay) KO's Sonny Liston 1964
- 27th Polar Bear Day
- Shrove Tuesday
- February Mardis Gras