St. Patrick's Day Jokes Clover 

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Saint Patrick's Day Jokes Clover

Here shall we host those St. Patrick's Day Jokes and General Saint Paddy's Day Humor that we have received over the years.

 You might look at this as a One stop St. Patricks Day / Irish Jokes and Humor resource page.

 We realize that the whole Idea of a Saint Patrick's Day Humor Page Borders on Bigotry to a major degree but when it's funny, it's funny.

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The Oddball collective puts great stock in the well known fact that the Irish are a wonderful and well humored people We are sure that the seeming bigotry of these jokes will not offend them. Just in case, though, we are having our wives start our cars for us.
Now lets get started with the best Irish Joke We have ever heard. Howler did his best to rewrite this particular Irish joke from memory.

Some Quick Irish Jokes

1. 'Ah, good morning, Mrs Irwin, and how is everything?'
'Sure and I'm having a great time of it between my husband and the fire. If I keep my eye on the one, the other is sure to go out.'

2. 'Shay, do you understand French,?'
'To be sure, I do if it's spoken in Irish.'

3. Two Irishmen, Pat and Murphy, saw sign saying "Tree fellers" wanted.
Murphy said to Pat, said, 'If only Seamus had been with us we'd have got that job.'
(One of those Irish Jokes better told than written).

4. 'I'd like some nails,' Michael requested of the travelling tinker.
'How long would you like them?' asked the man.
'Forever, if that's all right with you,' said Michael.

5. 'Murphy, why don't you give up the drinking, smoking and carousing?' said Mrs O'Leary
'It's too late,' replied Murphy.
'It's never too late,' assured the virtuous Mrs O'Leary.
'Well, there's no rush then,' smiled Murphy.

6. 'There's a terrible smell in this café,' said O'Hara.
'Maybe it's the drains.'
'It can't be the drains,' retorted O'Hara, 'we haven't got any.'

7. 'I'll have fish and chips twice,' announced O'Driscoll.
'Very well,' said the shopkeeper. 'The fish won't be long.'
'Then they'd better be fat,' suggested O'Driscoll.

8 .'I had an accident opening a can of alphabeti spaghetti this morning,' said Murphy.
'Were you injured?' inquired Seamus.
'No, but it could have spelled disaster,' concluded Murphy.

9.  Finnegan: Me wife has a terrible habit of staying up 'til two o'clock in the morning. I can't break her of it.
O'Callaghan: What on earth is she doin' at that time?
Finnegan: Waitin' for me to come home.

10. When on holiday to the west coast. I soon got lost in Lahinch and I wanted directions to get to Lisdoonvarna, when I asked a local he said. If I wanted to get to Lisdoonvarna I would not start here, I would start in Ennis.

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And more Saint Pat's humor for your reading entertainment.

1. An American lawyer inquired, 'Paddy, why is it that whenever you ask an Irishman a question, he
answers with another question?'
'Who told you that?' asked Paddy.

2. An Irish lass, a customer: 'Could I be trying on that dress in the window?'
Shopkeeper: 'I'd prefer that you use the dressing room.'

3. Mrs. Feeney shouted from the kitchen, 'Is that you I hear spittin' in the vase on the mantel piece?'
'No,' said himself, 'but I'm gettin' closer all the time.'

4. 'O'Halloran,' asked the pharmacist, 'did that mudpack I gave you improve your wife's appearance?'
'It did surely,' replied O'Halloran, 'but it keeps fallin' off.'

5. What's the difference between an Irish wedding and an Irish wake?
One less drunk.

More Good Irish Jokes

On the bus Paddy got chatting to Murphy who was carrying a bag on his back
'What's in the bag?' asked Paddy
'I'm not going to tell', replied Murphy
'Go on, do.' pleaded Paddy.
'Ah, all right then, it's ducks.' announced Murphy
'If I guess how many ducks you have in the bag, will you give me one of them?' enquired Paddy
'Look', said Murphy, 'If you guess the correct number, I'll give you both of them.'
'Five!' said Paddy triumphantly.

Irishmen Flying High

Two Irishmen hired an open cockpit aeroplane to fly over Dublin on St Patrick's Day. As they were winging their way through the air, O'Toole turned to his friend, Murphy and said, 'Murphy, I'm going to fly upside down.'
'Begorrah, O'Toole', shouted Murphy,' don't do that, we'll fall out.'
'No we won't,' responded O'Toole, 'I'll still talk to you.'
Classic Irish Joke
Dave and Peter, two English men, are walking along O'Connell Street, in Dublin, when they see a sign in a shop window:
Suits £15.00, shirts £2.00, trousers £2.50.
Peter says to Dave, 'Look at that - we could buy a lot of that gear and, when we get back to England we could make a fortune. When we go into the shop don't say anything, let me do all the talking, because if they hear our accent they might not serve us, so I'll speak in my best Irish accent.'
They go in and Peter orders, 50 suits at £15.00, 100 shirts at £2.00 and 50 trousers at £2.50 The owner of the shop says, 'You're English aren't you?'
Peter replies 'Oh bother... Yes, how on earth did you know that?'
The owner says, 'This is a dry cleaners...'

Father O'Connor - Irish Tale from Cork

Father O'Connor walks into a pub and says to the first man he meets, 'Do you want go to heaven?'
The man replies, 'Yes, Father.'
Father O'Connor then says, 'Leave this bar right now, and go outside'.
O'Connor proceeds to another man, and asks him the same thing. The chap also answers, 'Yes'.
Father O'Connor asks him too to go out.
The Reverend Father goes the third man and asks, 'Would you like to go to heaven? '
This time the reply is, 'No thank-you Father.'
Surprised, Father O'Connor asks, 'Why not?'
The man opines, 'I mean I do, but only after I die.'
The Father O'Connor explains, 'That's what I am talking about.'
The man says, 'Oh, I thought you are getting a group ready right now.'

Nasty case of Arthritis

A man flops down on a subway seat next to a priest. The man's tie is stained, his face is smeared with red lipstick, and a half-empty bottle of gin is sticking out of his torn coat pocket. He opens a newspaper and begins reading.

After a few minutes the guy turns to the priest and asks, 'Say, Father, what causes arthritis?' Loose living; cheap, wicked woman; too much alcohol; and contempt for your fellow man, 'answers the priest.' I'll be damned, 'the drunk mutters, returning to his paper.

The priest, thinking about what he said, nudges the man and apologizes.' I'm very sorry. I didn't mean to be so harsh. How long have you had arthritis?'

'Oh, I don't have it, Father. But it says here that the Pope does.'

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