Furry Jokes / Recent Jokes

Whats brown and furry on the inside and clear on the outside? King Kong in clingfilm

Whats furry, has whiskers and chases outlaws? A posse cat!

The Economy, Stupid
"We`re enjoying sluggish times, and not enjoying them very much." -George Bush Sr., in 1992
"A tax cut is really one of the anecdotes to coming out of an economic illness." -George W. Bush, in Sept. 2000
Mangled Metaphors
"Please don`t ask me to do that which I`ve just said I`m not going to do, because you`re burning up time. The meter is running through the sand on you, and I am now filibustering." -George Bush Sr., in 1989
"The senator has got to understand if he`s going to have - he can`t have it both ways. He can`t take the high horse and then claim the low road." -George W. Bush, in Feb. 2000
The Call of the Wild
"If you`re worried about caribou, take a look at the arguments that were used about the pipeline. They`d say the caribou would be extinct. You`ve got to shake them away with a stick. They`re all making love lying up against the pipeline and you got thousands of caribou up more...

One day a boy asks his dad,
what is the difference between a pussy and a cunt?
Dad thought for a minute and said come with me.
He took his son to his mothers bedroom, where she was sleeping nude.
Son he whispered, see that black soft furry patch, that is a pussy.
The boy asked,
may I touch it to see how soft and furry it is?
No replied his father,
that might wake the cunt up.

Is there a Santa Claus? The Rebuttal
(Jim Mantle, Waterloo Maple Software)
Come on, ya gotta believe! I mean, if you can handle flying furry animals, then it's only a small step to the rest! For example: As admitted, it is possible that a flying reindeer can be found. I would agree that it would be quite an unusual find, but they might exist.
You've relied on cascading assumptions. For example, you have assumed a uniform distribution of children across homes. Toronto/Yorkville, or Toronto/Cabbagetown, or other yuppie nieghborhoods, have probably less than the average (and don't forget DINK and SINK homes (Double Income No Kids, Single Income No Kids)), while families with 748 starving children that they keep showing on Vision TV while trying to pick my pocket would skew that 15% of homes down a few percent.
You've also assumed that each home that has kids would have at least one good kid. What if anti-selection applies, and homes with good kids tend to have more more...

Is there a Santa Claus? The Rebuttal
(Jim Mantle, Waterloo Maple Software)
Come on, ya gotta believe! I mean, if you can handle flying furry animals, then it's only a small step to the rest! For example:
As admitted, it is possible that a flying reindeer can be found. I would agree that it would be quite an unusual find, but they might exist.
You've relied on cascading assumptions. For example, you have assumed a uniform distribution of children across homes. Toronto/Yorkville, or Toronto/Cabbagetown, or other yuppie nieghborhoods, have probably less than the average (and don't forget DINK and SINK homes (Double Income No Kids, Single Income No Kids)), while families with 748 starving children that they keep showing on Vision TV while trying to pick my pocket would skew that 15% of homes down a few percent.
You've also assumed that each home that has kids would have at least one good kid. What if anti-selection applies, and homes with good kids tend to have more more...

What is white and furry and smells of peppermint? A polo bear.