Drunk joke: the cuckoo-clock

When the cuckoo in the clock gets drunk...

When the cuckoo in the clock gets drunk…

Let’s lighten the mood with a drinking joke. In the traditional ones usually the man comes home drunk to his wife. But this is the 21st century and it’s about time we recognize that emancipated women now come home drunk to their husbands too. Hope you like it and if so, remember that we have a lot more drunk jokes in our special dossier. Cheers!

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A wife goes out for the night with her girlfriends. Just before she left, she assured her husband that she wouldn’t be home any later than midnight: “I promise, honey.” Unfortunately it happened to be ladies night, which meant the cocktails were only half the usual price and the night got really fun and really late.
As the woman finally arrives home, she closes the door just a little too loud behind her. She quickly checks her watch. “Damned, it’s almost 4 o’clock in the night. I probably woke up my husband with the slamming door and now he’s gonna hear the cuckoo-clock strike four. Wait, I got it, I’ll wait here for the clock to strike and then add 9 extra cuckoo’s.”
She does exactly as planned and goes to bed feeling satisfied her little scam worked. Even totally smashed she managed to escape a conflict. The next morning however her husband says: “Baby, I think we need a new cuckoo-clock.”
The wife puts on her most innocent face and asks why. “Well, last night the cuckoo-clock said cuckoo 4 times, then waited 2 seconds, said cuckoo twice more, then hiccupped, then another 5 cuckoo’s, then said “Oh crap, was that 12 yet? Let’s start over”, cuckooed another 12 times and then tripped over the cat and farted.”

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