Subj: Tree-Supp Jokes
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Subj: Tree Of Wisdom In Milky Way - Photo (S1070)
Photograph by Aaron J Groen on November 19th, 2013
Subj: Son Gives Dad A ChainSaw (S48)
From: Ossama's Laugh 1n 1997
A lumberjack had raised his only
son and had managed to finance
the young man's college education by the only way he knew
how, cutting down trees, by hand. The young man had helped
his father cut down some of those trees. He knew how hard
his father had to work to put him through college.
When the son started college
he promised himself the first
thing he would do was to buy his father a present that would
make the old man's life easier. The son saved, scrimped, and
finally had enough money to purchase the finest chain saw in
On a school vacation the son
asks his dad how many trees
could he cut down in one day. The father a large husky man
thought and said on a good day he was able to bring down 20
trees. The son gave the father the brand new chain saw and
said from now on he would be able to triple the amount and
only work half as hard.
The old man was very pleased
and said he had the best son
in the world. The young man left for school the next morning
and wasn't able to return until the next school break, 3
When he arrived he immediately
noticed that his dad appeared
run down. He asked if his father was feeling alright. The
old man replied that cutting trees was getting harder and
harder with the new chain saw he was working longer hours
but not cutting as many trees as before.
The son knew there was something
wrong and thought perhaps
the saw he purchased wasn't as good as advertised. He asked
to check it out. Upon examining it he checked the oiler and
it was full. He checked the gas and it too was full. He
yanked on the cord and immediately it roared to life.
His father grabbed him by the
shirt and hollered "WHAT'S THAT
Subj: The Aging Tree (S1120)
From: Science Photo Library/Corbis
Subj: The Tree Riddle From 19th Century (S423b)
From: LABLaughsRiddles in 2005
This multiple riddle dates from
the 19th. century. To solve
it completely, you are required to identify 65 names of trees.
Even we don't know all the answers. Where we do know (or think
we know) we have provided.
What's the sociable tree, and
the dancing tree,
And the tree that is nearest the sea;
The most yielding tree, the busiest tree,
And the tree where ships may be?
The languishing tree, the least
And the tree that bears a curse;
The chronologist's tree, the fisherman's tree,
And the tree like an Irish nurse?
The tell-tale tree, and the traitor
And the tree that's the warmest clad;
The layman's restraint, and the housewife's tree,
And the tree that makes one sad?
The tree that with death befrights
The tree that your wants would supply,
The tree that to travel invites you,
And the tree that forbids you to die?
The tree that will fight, and
the tree that obeys you,
And the tree that never stands still;
The tree that got up, and the tree that is lazy,
And the tree neither up nor down hill?
The tree to be kissed, and the
The tree guiding ships to go forth;
The tree of the people, the unhealthiest tree,
And the tree whose wood faces north?
The tree in a battle, the tree
in a fog,
And the tree that bids the joints pain;
The terrible tree when schoolmasters flog,
And the tree a mother and child do name.
The emulous tree, the industrious
And the tree that warms mutton when cold;
The reddest brown tree and the reddest blue tree,
And the tree one becomes ere one's old?
The treacherous tree, the contemptible
The tree to which wines are inclined;
The tree that causes each townsman to flee,
And what round fair ankles are twined?
The tree that's entire, and the
tree that is split,
The tree half given by doctors when ill;
The tree that we offer to friends when we meet,
And the tree we may use as a quill?
The tree that's immortal, and
the trees that are not,
And the tree that must pass through the fire;
The tree that in Latin can ne'er be forgot,
And in English we all most admire?
The Egyptian plague tree, the
tree that is dear,
And what round itself doth entwine;
The tree that in billiards must ever be near,
And the tree that by Cockneys is turned into wine?
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A)Tea Tree, Caper
O)Mango(Man, go/Orange (O range)
P)Olive (O live)
Q) Box, Dogwood
R)Lilac (lie lack)?
U)Tulip (two lip) tree,
Y)? , Hazel
CC)Ivy (I vie), Cotten
GG)Judas Tree, Fig
kk)Holly (wholly)? Clove
Subj: Glow-In-The-dark Trees (S1088)
From: Tom 1n 2017
Subj: Short Tree-Supp Jokes (DU)
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