Jackie Martling has a joke to tell you. Well, actually, he's got a million of 'em. But none that we can actually tell you the punch line of. At least not in print. So as a public service, here are the setups to some of Jackie The Joke Man's greatest hits.
A priest, a rabbi and a minister meet a stripper at the airport . . .
A drunk comes stumbling out of a bar late one night when a nun happens to be walking by . . .
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So Batman is talking to Superman when suddenly . . .
One day Wonder Woman is catching a nap on her roof in the nude . . .
There's this couple sunning on a nude beach when all of a sudden a wasp flies right into . . .
This blonde gets pulled over for speeding by a rookie cop . . .
The Joke Man's day job is head writer for Howard Stern's radio and TV shows. He still hits the road whenever time allows to do the important work of spewing every old dirty joke you've ever heard for appreciative audiences in the comedy clubs and theaters of our land. He's proud of the lack of redeeming value to be found at his shows. Just a lot of loud, hard belly laughs. Now, where were we?
The young actress is talking to Dracula at the supermarket when suddenly . . .
A midget with a lisp is asking the bartender for a martini . . .
Monica Lewinsky finds herself talking to Paula Jones . . .
A Japanese guy, an Eskimo and an Alabama redneck walk into a church . . .
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This beautiful blonde walks into a hardware store . . .
What kind of bees give milk?
If you go knowing what to expect, somehow it's a lot of fun. These dumb old jokes are funny even if you pride yourself on your highly polished sense of political correctness -- you laugh even while you know better.
How many hookers does it take to screw in a light bulb?