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Barley Corn
There is no happiness so perfect that a drink won't ruin it.
Barley Corn
"Plenty of time for jus' one more drink, pal, an' I'm buying thissun," insisted Drunk No. 1 pointing at the clock on the railroad station. "Okay, one...
Barley Corn
Diligently working his way down the bar, drink by drink, a roving male drunk finally came alongside a blond female drunk who was nuzzling at the rim...
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A midget toddled into a saloon late one evening. He climbed on the brass rail, stood on tiptoe, and signaled the barkeep. As one lone customer...
Barley Corn
From Kentucky comes this aged-in-the-wood dram forwarded by E.K.D., who writes: "Upon inquiring of a man who had about reached the bottom of...
Barley Corn (by The Central Bulletin)
And then there was the dying midget who ordered a short bier.
Barley Corn (by J. R.)
To see if he couldn't do something about his hearing, the drunk went to a doctor. The doctor informed him that if he would quit his drinking, he was...
Barley Corn (by Bruce H.)
The collection box for the "kitty" was missing at a meeting, so a hat was passed in its place. As it passed from hand to hand, and aisle to aisle,...
Barley Corn
No doubt you've heard about the fellow who walked into a saloon optimistically and came out misty optically.
Barley Corn
And have you heard what one cigarette said to another? "I hope I don't get lit tonight and make an ash of myself."