Reggae Music and Jokes Collide at Sail Inn This Upcoming Saturday

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Bob Marley once said that "One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain."

Reggae music, especially, has a way of making you forget your problems. Maybe because the kinds of people who listen to it are the usually same kind of people who enjoy getting ferociously high. At that point, it's really hard to feel anything at all but giggly.

And, hey, that'll be a good thing for comedian Augie G this weekend. He, along with DJ Audessy, Mahi Grabbe, The Miki Oi Band, and Kush Country will all be performing at some kind of reggae music/comedy show hybrid at the Sail Inn on Saturday.

We're not exactly sure what qualifies something as a "reggae joke," but here are a few Google told us when we asked. (Apparently reggae and Jamaican jokes are synonymous.)

Q: "What's the preferred method of birth control in Jamaica?"

A: "The riddim method!"

We're also told that the reggae Grammy is a joke. I don't get it.

There's also this:


Well, that's enough internet for one day. We're willing to bet Augie G will have some better jokes this weekend. They couldn't be worse.

Catch the show Saturday, November 5 starting at 8 p.m. at Sail Inn.

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