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“Acquired taste” = “Horrible food.”
Making friends as an adult ain’t so easy, as one writer discovers on her search for the book club of her dreams.
In the Reader’s Digest’s new book ‘That Reminds Me of a Joke,’ humor editor Andy Simmons reminds us that there is often a fine line between news headlines and our favorite jokes.
We read through the Philogelos—a 1,500-year-old joke book from ancient Rome—to find the answer. You’d be surprised what it is.
Attention dog lovers! These quips about man’s best friend are guaranteed to make you smile.
Wait…does that sign really say “Crap stick”??
Turn the next five minutes into Happy Hour with these short, sweet bar jokes for any occasion. [Warning: Please joke responsibly.]
“Warning: The Plan does not cover foreign objects in ears if the patient is an adult and the object is something stupid.”
See how these six imbecile outlaws just couldn’t get the job done.
Need to sic the evil eye on someone? Put down your spell book; Cartoonist Gemma Correll has you covered with these painfully plausible hexes for the modern age.
Can’t find the right words for dad this Father’s Day? Take inspiration from these funny quotes by the likes of Jon Stewart, Bob Odenkirk, Mark Twain, and more.
The following 20 ‘Star Wars’ puns, bar gags, and dad jokes are so brilliantly dumb, they will hit both the ultra-fans and the uninitiated with equal… force.
Outrageous tales of spending money gone completely haywire
Can you relate to these cartoons about the realism of romance?
As the longest-serving late night host in history, David Letterman could fill a library with his nightly monologues, quotes, and one-liners. We settled for a dozen of Dave’s finest funnies.
You think your Scooby Doo action figure collection is exciting, just check out what oddities these collectors have been gathering.
Writer Courtney Zoffness takes a hysterical look at helicopter parenting.
From a 20-year-old hamburger that still looks edible to Chinese noodles laced with opiates, these recent headlines are almost too weird to be true.
In this hilarious letter to his daughter, the harried humorist can’t decide what’s crazier: driving with a teenager, or driving in Florida.
In honor of #NationalPoetryMonth, we present these top funny poems from the 2015 Reader’s Digest Poetry Contest, all guaranteed to crack a smile.