Jokes: An Irish Toast

French ToastI thought I would comment on a joke I found, since everyone enjoys a good laugh now and then (occasionally). I put a general explanation on the left side of the page which you can read to give you some background information. Read that first, then read the joke. Finally, read “The Joke Explained” on the bottom, right side of the page to see if you understood it correctly.

Enjoy!

~Jeff

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8 Responses to Jokes: An Irish Toast

  1. emiliano says:

    That’s a good web site “The Occasional Joke” a short, humourous break as it says, there are a lot of different topic jokes, good.
    This one you have picked up is difficult, if you don’t explain it sure I don’t understand anything.
    Thanks Jeff.

  2. Fred says:

    Great !

    T h a n k y o u

  3. Grzegorz says:

    I like those yellow stickers, very clever and helpful 😎

  4. stevo says:

    sorry, i still don’t get the joke. Why the blonde says “Oh. In that case, here’s to bread, eggs and cinnamon.”?

  5. Frank says:

    “his blonde girlfriend” also see/hear English Cafe No. 120 😉
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    What´s the meaning of “to” in “here´s to bread”? Shouldn´t read “here´s THE bread”?

  6. sholegg says:

    Hi Frank,
    “Here’s to bread” is correct since they are saying a toast 😉
    Oleg

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