You all know I love funny Irish jokes, right? I also know I’m not the only one who likes funny Irish jokes. That’s why funny Irish jokes occur so often on this blog, to appease my avid readers. Two of my more favourite funny Irish jokes include Sexy Sal’s Blonde Joke & Irish Humor FF #62, way back in 2013 and more recently Irish Jokes That Make You Laugh Friday Funnies #279!
Today’s funny Irish jokes takes place in a Dublin surgery. (Just so you know, Grammarly tells me that I should drop the ‘s’ in takes but you guys all know that’s for SEO purposes right?)
Funny Irish Jokes That Makes You Laugh
A doctor in Dublin wanted to get off work and go fishing, so he approached his assistant
“Murphy, I am going fishing tomorrow and don’t want to close the clinic. I want you to take care of the clinic and take care of all me patients”.
“Yes, sir!” answers Murphy.
The doctor goes fishing and returns the following day and asks: “So, Murphy, how was your day?”
Murphy told him that he took care of three patients. “The first one had a headache, so he did, so I gave him Paracetamol.”
“Bravo Murphy lad, and the second one?” asks the doctor.
“The second one had indigestion, and I gave him Gaviscon, so I did sir,” says Murphy.
“Bravo, bravo! You’re good at this and what about the third one?” asks the doctor.
“Sir, I was sitting here, and suddenly the door flies open, and a gorgeous young woman bursts in, so she does. Like a bolt outta the blue, she tears off her clothes, taking off everything including her bra and her knickers and lies down on the table, spreading her legs and shouts:
‘HELP ME for the love of St Patrick! For five years I have not seen a man!’
“Tunderin’ lard Jesus Murphy, what did you do?” asks the doctor.
“I put drops in her eyes.”
Naturally, I can’t complete a Funny Fridays post without my customary The Creator creation.
Finally, I have a Funny Irish jokes video for you as well.
I know it’s a Friday Funnies post, but I’m posting it today, Thursday, because I have some stuff to do tomorrow. Unfortunately, I have to work for a living.