Stomach Jokes & PunsA mother noticed her daughter's stomach bulging and immediately asked her, "cindy!
How did you get pregnant?! Didn't I tell you to say "DON'T" if a man touches your breast,
and say "STOP" if he touches your private?"
The daughter replied, "Yes mum, I did that,but he was touching both at the same time and
I had to say, "DON'T STOP!"
Boy: How many apples can you eat in empty stomach?
Girl: I can eat 6 apples.
Boy: you can eat only 1 apple in empty stomach,bcoz when you eat the 2nd apple that's not in empty stomach.
Girl: waow super joke I'll tell my friend.
Girl to Other Girl: How many apple can you eat in empty stomach?
Othe Girl: I can eat 10. Girl: Hatt yaar 6 bolti toh mast joke sunati...!!
Wife:I do not think that is going to help...
Man:Sure it does. How else could I see the numbers?
WHAT DOES A CLOCK DO WHEN IT GETS HUNGRY? IT GOES BACK FOUR SECONDS.
What’s so funny about this? Personification means to talk about an object or concept as if it were a person with human characteristics. This joke personifies a clock, which tells time. “Telling time” is itself a personification,
assuming “tell” is used as a transitive word, which takes an object. So you may be asking yourself just what is the clock telling time. Maybe it’s telling time to hurry up or perhaps to slow down.
In either case, the clock is given the characteristic of having a mouth with which it speaks. And time is given the property of hearing and having ears.
I guess it’s nothing personal, just business. Anyway, I hope you realize I'm kidding because “telling time” is a two-word phrase meaning to reveal or show the time, to us humans.
That’s what a clock or watch or your cell phone, for that matter, do. “Keeping time” is a similar expression with personificatory attributes. It generally means to either tell time accurately, or, when talking about music, it means to keep up a steady and accurate rhythm, usually referring to a drummer.
But keeping time could mean holding it or hiding time some place, perhaps so that others can’t know what time it is. In the joke the clock is definitely personified as having a stomach and an appetite, because it is able to be or get hungry.
The joke tells us that to satisfy its appetite, a clock can go back four seconds. This is where the pun is. Note that “four” is spelled f-o-u-r, as in the number 4.
In this case it refers to the seconds of time. To go back in times means to return to the past, or to turn back the hands of time which normally only go in one direction. BUT if the clock goes back for seconds and the word is spelled f-o-r.
It completely changes the meaning, to the clock returning to a table or buffet filled with food, in order to get a “second” helping of food. To go back for seconds is a short way of saying this.