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Forget the Holidays and Caroling: It’s Time for Some Blond Suicide Bomber Jokes

Dec 092013
 
 By , December 9, 2013

Overly cheery Christmas caroling get old, try these instead!

Forget the overly cheery Christmas caroling, the endless gift shopping and the eye strainingly gaudy seasonal decorations. It is time for some truly low-brow, rude, raunchy and definitely non-Christmasy jokes. Especially if they are blond suicide bomber jokes. Are you game for that or not?

I know, I know… It is anti-intellectual, sophomoric, imbecilic, childish and non-productive. That is probably why I like it so much.

Forget the Holidays and Caroling: It's Time for Some Blond Suicide Bomber JokesAnyway, here goes:

Blond Suicide Bomber Jokes

Why do blondes make lousy suicide bombers?
They insist on doing a test run.

Why does it always take two blonds to detonate a suicide bomb?
The wearer has to hold the jacket open to make sure it doesn’t interfere while the other pushes the trigger.

Why do blond suicide bombers always work in threes?
One has to hold the jacket open, one has to push the button and the third to watch the other two to make sure they do it right.

Why did the blond suicide bomber only succeed at blowing up himself when he set off the bomb under his coat?
It was a reversible jacket.

What do you get when you combine a blond suicide bomber with a Barbie?
A blow up sex doll.

Why was the blond suicide bomber not in the mood when he got to heaven and met his 76 virgins?
He was all in pieces over the experience.

SIDE NOTE: Congress, Detroit and Illinois should take note – The Suicide Bombers Union has no problem what-so-ever with their retirement pension fund. Whatever they do to have such success with this should be investigated and put to use in their own problem-ridden funds.

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Roger Freed has a fertile, if somewhat warped, imagination. Read him at your own risk! More laugh gaffes available at Semi-Humorous Humor. For something in a more serious mode get "The Book Of Songs" by Roger Freed from Lulu.com. A collection of short stories illustrating the subtle and powerful influence music can have on our minds and our spirits.