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Skitch

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I couldn't find the thread with the jokes but I had one to share....

A trombone player came up to me the other night and stated that he finally made a million dollars playing the trombone.....he started with two million dollars!

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caddywumpus

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I couldn't find the thread with the jokes but I had one to share....

A trombone player came up to me the other night and stated that he finally made a million dollars playing the trombone.....he started with two million dollars!

Mike
I saw that trombone player's kid at the playground yesterday. I could tell he was a trombonist's kid because he didn't know how to swing, and he had trouble using the slide...
 

Big Foot

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I love the trombone jokes!
My son plays trombone at school (plays bass at home) he's going to crack-up. He's got a great sense of humor for a little kid.
 

GruntersDad

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From the Forum rules page.
"Do not post jokes or poetry. Do not discuss politics or religion."

A word to the wise should be sufficient.
 

gusty

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From the Forum rules page.
"Do not post jokes or poetry. Do not discuss politics or religion."

A word to the wise should be sufficient.
'A word to the wise should be sufficient'..what does that mean? Anyway, just harmless jokes..
 

MikeM

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Musician jokes are on topic and as long as they don't get offensive or off color, I don't see that they violate the spirit of the rules, if perhaps the letter. It's not like there aren't a mountain of drummer jokes out there. Surely they're fit for a drummer forum, no?
 

baz

Silver Member
...An old man was sitting on a park bench playing a tuba.

He was really good. and after he finished he was talking to some people when one of them asked him if he always played the tube.

Actually, he said, I started off playing the piccolo. I played in a world famous band and we played for royalty and heads of state all over the world.

Why did you switch? Some one asked.

One night we played for the Sultan of Brunei. He loved our music so much he said fill their instruments with gold, and every one got rich except for me because I played the piccolo.

Then we played for the Prime Minister of Italy. He loved our music so much he said fill their instruments with wine, and every one got rip roaring drunk except for me because I played the piccolo.

Next we played for Saddam Husein and he did not like our music at all. He hated our music so much he said stuff their instruments up their....... and I er um played the piccolo.

barry
 

JPW

Silver Member
From the Forum rules page.
"Do not post jokes or poetry. Do not discuss politics or religion."

A word to the wise should be sufficient.
What's the history behind the rule about jokes and poetry? If they aren't political or religious in nature I don't see why we couldn't joke about anything. How do you define a joke anyways or a poem? ... =P
 

brady

Platinum Member
What's the history behind the rule about jokes and poetry? If they aren't political or religious in nature I don't see why we couldn't joke about anything. How do you define a joke anyways or a poem? ... =P
Loosely defined.... Jokes are funny. Poems rhyme. :)
 
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Deltadrummer

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An accordionist just got done playing a New Year's eve gig. He turns to the manager and says, "I really liked playing here. Can we come back next year." The manager answers, "Of course, We'd love to have you back. The accordion players asks, "Can I leave my instrument here."
 
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