Joke Of The Day

In a pasture in Wyoming, four bulls were indulging in. of course, a bull session.

"I," said the first, "shall go to Rome and become a Papal bull."

"I," said the second, "shall get a job in a brokerage office and become a Wall Street bull."

"I," said the third, "am determined to become a bull in a China shop."

"Okay," nodded the fourth bull cheerfully, "Go out into the world if you will. But I love it right here in this pasture and intend to stay here for heifer and heifer and heifer."

Bonus Joke:

In the depths of the countryside there lived a farmer who took care of baby animals. The farm was very peaceful until one day the farmer's pig was murdered.

Now the farmer took this incident very seriously, so he started an investigation. Unfortunately, the only witness the farmer had to this murder was his pet bunny rabbit.

Since the rabbit was unable to speak and tell him who murdered the little pig, the farmer lined up his four prime suspects, a cow, a horse, a goat, and a duck, and told the rabbit to pick out who had committed the dirty deed.

The rabbit hopped up and down the line, checking each animal, and then finally hopped forward three feet, and stopped in front of the goat.

"It wasn't me! It wasn't me!" yelled the goat.

The farmer shook his head and said, "The hare's looking at you, kid."

Extra Bonus Joke:

A mother was reading a book about animals to her 3-year old daughter.

Mother: "What does the cow say?"

Child: "Moooo!"

Mother: "Great! What does the cat say?"

Child: "Meow."

Mother: "Oh, you're so smart! What does the frog say?"

The wide-eyed little 3-year old looked up at her mother and replied, "Bud..."

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