We all get into the situation occasionally where we have to, or at least should, tell a joke. In those instances it has been proven very advantageous to have a standard joke – something you always remember – just because – it is ‘standard.’
For many years now I have the following standard joke:
Two idiots walking down the street.
Says the one ‘Now I want to walk in the middle!’
One of the hallmarks of a standard joke is brevity, just in case you audience has heard you tell it ten times before and you want to be done before they start complaining. In this regards, my standard joke did a good job.
But now I might have a worthy contender, thanks to Flemming:
The Dalai Lama walks into a pizza shop –
“Can you make me one with everything?”