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Episode 1547

Cabin Fever

The adjectives canine and feline refer to dogs and cats. But how does English address other groups of animals? Plus, cabin fever has been around much longer than the current pandemic. That restless, antsy, stir-crazy feeling goes back to the days...

Cow Knock-Knock Joke

Looking for an extremely silly knock-knock joke? Here’s one that’s as silly as they come: Knock, knock. Who’s there? Cows go. Try figuring out the rest. This is part of a complete episode.


English speakers borrowed the German term Witzelsucht (or “joke addiction”) to mean “excessive punning and a compulsion to tell bad jokes.” While it might sound amusing to have a word for such behavior, the word refers...

Intellectual Jokes

“Is it solipsistic in here or is it just me?” That’s one answer to the question: “What’s the most intellectual joke you know?” This is part of a complete episode.

The Little Price

Another #bookswithalettermissing joke: Have you read the book about how 99 cent stores are changing the way we shop in America? It’s called The Little Price. This is part of a complete episode.

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