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guess-the-joke's-punchline contest Answered

EDIT: THE CONTEST HAS CLOSED!


the winners:
blue ribbon: Gorillazmiko
Honorable mention: Dsman195267

the joke:

A man walks into a fireworks store and asks: "Can I have a bang for a buck?"

the joke with honorable mention:

a man walks into a fireworks store and says: "it's dark in here, can I have a match?"

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"I wish to return this faulty firework"

its too late. the contest has been over 4 a week...

A man walks into a fireworks store and asks: "When did THIS building replace the street that was here."

ran into...get it?

yeah, it was funny, sort of. the contest ended, gorillazmiko and dsman got the prizes.....

Yeah, I know. I couldn't work in the usual: A man walked into a bar and said OUCH ! joke, so it became awkward :-)

I know it is closed, but I had to put in my 2 cents worth LOL

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DJ Radio

Reply 10 years ago

yes, most likely. yes the phrase can be said outside of computers, but is mostly used in tech

ok, thanks. check out my virtual fire works maker!(o wait thats not a question!) okok, heres one: can i have a firework? i need to blow up my tires.

LOL!

still, not correct, though. the punchline can be found within this article

I thought you meant you wanted me to actually rate the computer

Can I have a bang for a buck?

Ok, but "can I have a bang for a buck?" still sounds dirty to me!

a man walks into a fireworks store and says: "it's dark in here, can I have a match?" actually, it was "it's dark in here, better light a match!"

......Lame....

how? your punchline was offensive, and flagged

I find that offensive.

something to do with "bang-for-your-buck"?

sorry, man. you were so close to winning....

May I please buy some fireworks from your fine store? I'll take my ribbon now.

haahaahah, best one yet..

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bumpus

10 years ago

Is this contest dealing with wind?

b/c it pretty much blows
:D

it's dark in here, better light a match!

or this one: hi, i would like to order a big mac with fries...WHAT, THIS ISN'T MCDONALDS??

so do i get honorable mention? and the answer is... let me think about this one. would the word be said out side of comparing computers?

Don't get your punchline