Q: What is a maintenance-free house.... A: There hasn't been any maintenance in the last 10 years.
The home buyer thinking of the real estate agent: I didn't think anybody could have that many teeth without being a shark.
Q: When is a one-story house a two-story house? A: You get one story before you buy and the second story after.
This house is 5 minutes from shopping ... if you have an airplane.
News and stories behind the humor in the Real Estate Jokes page at Humor-and-Jokes.com The home buyer told the real estate agent that he lived in the same big house for the last 10 years. When the real estate agent checked his credit, she found out he still would be there today without the pardon from the Governor.
Q: How close was the house for sale to water? A: In the basement.
By the time you pay off a house in the suburbs, it isn't.
Q: What is a house-warming party? A: The final call for those who haven't sent a wedding present.
Q: What's the difference between a basketball player and a dog? A: One drools, the other dribbles.
Q: What did Bobby Knight say about coaching the 1980 U.S. Olympics basketball team against the team from China? A: "It was a lot of fun playing the Chinese, but an hour later, we wanted to play them again."
Q: Why was Cinderella thrown off the team? A: She ran away from the ball.
Q: What do you do when you see an elephant with a basketball? A: You get out of the way fast.
Q: Why did the coach let the elephant play basketball? A: He already broke the bench.
Q. Why did Ron Artest leave the game early? A. He wanted to beat the crowd.
Q: How did the basketball court get wet? A: The players dribbled all over it.
We're shooting 100 percent - 60 percent from the field and 40 percent from the free-throw line.
Q: If an athlete gets athlete's foot, what does an astronaut get? A: Missile toe!
Out in the wild rabbits and guinea pigs (if there ever really were wild guinea pigs!) go hunting for grasses as their favorite foods. Ok, not really hunting, but can you imagine a rabbit with a gun? Hunting grass?
But unlike big grazers like cows these tiny critters cannot have 100 foot intestines. So what do you do if you can't really digest your favorite food? Well... you poop it out and eat it again, and voila, you've doubled the length of your digestive track. I bet you never thought you'd learn science in the Just Jokes and Humor blog!
Ok, hold your nose and let's dig a little bit deeper. They don't eat any poop that comes in front of their cute noses. Instead they eat the "cecotropes" , which are special poop pellets high in vitamin B digestive bacteria.