I'm an awkward twenty-something-year-old who cares a lot about humor and knowledge—that's me in a nutshell. If you want to know more: I like things that are long, I dislike sports that involve balls, and I fear the Jews (even when they come bearing gifts). Below is something I find amusing, followed by a list of some favorites.
A man in a railroad station is annoyed by an elderly lady who asks the names and sexes of the two babies
he is carrying in his arms. To all her questions he answers politely, "I don’t know, Madam."
Finally she snaps, "How does it happen that you don’t know your own children’s names, or whether they’re a boy or a girl?"
"I am not the father of these children, Madam," he replies. "I’m a condom salesman,
and these are two complaints I’m taking back to the factory."