Wise Craics: November Funnies

Joe Mcdonough

By Joe McDonough Dr. FeelgoodAfter examining him, an Irishman goes to the doctor and says, “You have some problems with your heart, but if you take these tablets, I think it […]

Wise Craics: Convenient

Joe Mcdonough

      By Joe McDonough Two leprechauns went to the convent and begged an audience with the Mother Superior. “Well, how can I help you little people?” asked Mother […]

Wise Craics: Scooby Dooba

By Joe McDonough Even though O’Malley was a licensed scuba diver, he finally got an answerto a question that had annoyed him for decades. Harold, an American tourist, asked his […]

Wise Craics: Oldies But Quickies

By Joe McDonough How can Irish people tell when it’s summer? The rain gets warmer. Why shouldn’t you iron a three-leaf shamrock? You don’t want to press your luck. Did […]

Wise Craics: My Favorite Uncle

My Favorite UncleMary says to Paddy, “If you were stranded on a desert island, who would you like most to be with you?”“My uncle Mick” replies Paddy.“What’s so special about […]

Wise Craics: The Barman Said …

Wise Craics: The Barman Said … By Joe McDonough The barman said to Pat, “Your glass is empty, can I get you another one?”Pat replied, “Why would I be needing […]

Wise Craics: Forgetful Doctor

Wise Craics: Forgetful DoctorBy Joe McDonough Forgetful DoctorDr. Mahony tells his patient: “I have bad news and worse news, John.”“Oh dear,” John replies. “What’s the bad news?”“You only have 24 […]

Wise Craics: Murphy Goes to Confession

Wise Craics By Joe McDonough Murphy Goes to Confession Murphy goes into the confessional box after years of being away from the Church. He pulls aside the curtain, enters and […]

Wise Craics: Unanimous Revision

Wise Craics: Unanimous Revision The bidding was proceeding furiously and strong when the Head Auctioneer suddenly announced, ‘A gentleman in this room has lost a wallet containing ten thousand pounds. […]