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Entry from March 20, 2018
“What type of sense of humor does rain have?"/"A very wet sense of humor.”

A riddle about rain is;

Q: What type of sense of humor does rain have?
A: A very wet sense of humor.


The joke has been cited in print since at least 2007.


funnyjoke.com.au
Category: Weather jokes
Date Added: 10/10/2007
Rating: not yet rated
Joke: What type of sense of humor does rain have?-A very wet sense of humor

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Daily Joker
@DailyJokePost
What type of sense of humor does rain
have?
-A very wet sense of humor http://DailyJokePost.com/1092
11:59 PM - 3 Oct 2009

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Eve Taylor
@Taylor_Eve
What type of sense of humor does rain have?-A very wet sense of humor
11:36 PM - 5 Dec 2009

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What type of sense of humor does rain have?-A very wet sense of humor
11:32 AM - 11 Dec 2009

Google Books
Sensible Nonsense.. Frank’s Comic Pack:
Humour Pack Series

By Frank Paul
BookBaby
2014
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What type of sense of humor does rain have?-A very wet sense of humor.

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What type of sense of humor does rain
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-A very wet sense of humor
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7:53 AM - 20 Mar 2018

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityTime/Weather • Tuesday, March 20, 2018 • Permalink