What do you get on your fon if you leave it out all night?What did the dead raccoon say in his will?What would you find in Superman's bathroom?What will be written on the Happy Hooker's tombstone?

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QUESTION: What were some of the earlier forms of Preparation H?
ANSWER: A, B, C, D, E, F, G.
QUESTION: Name a Kirk, a Turk and a jerk.
ANSWER: Kirk Douglas, Terhan Bey and Earl Butz.
QUESTION: Name a clock, a jock and a crock.
ANSWER: Big Ben, Joe Nameth and the candidates' campaign promises.
QUESTION: What did the dead raccoon say in his will?
ANSWER: "Leave it to Beaver."
QUESTION: What would you find in Superman's bathroom?
ANSWER: Superbowl.
QUESTION: Name a fawn, a lawn and a yawn.
ANSWER: Bambi, the White House grounds and the new TV season.
QUESTION: How do you get a lawyer out of a tree?
ANSWER: Cut the rope
QUESTION: What's the major cause of divorce?
ANSWER: Once is not enough.
QUESTION: Name three things that go to the bathroom outdoors.
ANSWER: A mule, a horse, Billy Carter.
QUESTION: What do you look for when you're tracking a shoo-be-doo-be?
ANSWER: Shoo-be-doo-be-doo.
QUESTION: Name two words that have no meaning.
ANSWER: Supercalifragilisticexpialodocious and detente.
QUESTION: What do you get on your fon if you leave it out all night?
ANSWER: Fondue.
QUESTION: What does a president look for in a singles bar?
ANSWER: Executive action.
QUESTION: What do you call a military coup led by General Kitchy Kitchy?
ANSWER: Kitchy-kitchy-koo.
QUESTION: What is the total of Bo Derek and Phyllis Diller?
ANSWER: Eleven
QUESTION: What do you call an outhouse built on quicksand?
ANSWER: Trapper John
QUESTION: What do you get when something gets caught in your Zippo?
ANSWER: Zippo Marx.
QUESTION: What's the smart thing to do if a Dallas Cowgirl touches you?
ANSWER: Touchback.
QUESTION: Name the loser in the 1976 presidential race.
ANSWER: The American people.
QUESTION: What will be written on the Happy Hooker's tombstone?
ANSWER: Over 15 billion served.

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