Late Night Jokes 20 August 2014
by John | 28th April, 2017
Read the latest from the late night jokes with the comedian Jimmy Fallon, Conan O’Brien and David Letterman. Jimmy Fallon is back with Egypt and U.S., Conan on selling Rabbit meat which died from shock and David Letterman saying Starbucks the famous coffee Co is selling booze.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – Late Night Political Joke
Yesterday Egypt’s foreign ministry called on the United States to show respect for the rights of protesters in Ferguson, Missouri. Yeah, Egypt said that. Man, talk about living in glass pyramids.
A new study found that it costs $245,000 to raise a child until age 18. Or about $600 if you just give them an iPad.
A man in Massachusetts was arrested this week for breaking into a family’s house after a night of drinking and passing out in their living room. Or as most people in Boston call that, “Uncle Mike’s here.”
SeaWorld just announced that it will soon double the size of its killer whale habitats. The whales say it’s almost as good as their previous tank — the ocean.
Conan O’Brien – Late Night Political Joke
Next weekend Los Angeles is holding its first riverboat race. All that’s missing is a river in Los Angeles with water.
Whole Foods has started selling rabbit meat. They’re killing them humanely. They’re using only rabbits that died of shock after seeing the prices at Whole Foods.
The man who created the first Internet pop-up ad now says he’s sorry. The man also says that a 15-minute call to Geico could save you 15 percent on car insurance.
In South America, a tribe of Amazonian Indians have made contact with the outside world for the first time. Their first words were, “What happened to Bruce Jenner’s face?”
Late Show with David Letterman – Late Night Political Joke
You can now buy booze at Starbucks. So apparently my letter-writing campaign paid off.
A couple of hours ago I was in Starbucks. I had a vodka-cchino.
The NFL wants singing groups to pay the league to perform at halftime of the Super Bowl. Isn’t that crazy? It’s like the NFL decided that there’s some money out there they don’t have our hands on.
I remember last year at the Super Bowl, a group barely played — oh, that was the broncos.