Tennis Jokes That Makes You Laugh
Todays Friday Funnies revolves around a couple of tennis jokes. The first of the tennis jokes happens when a guy finds a brand new tennis ball in a park.
While out one morning in the park, a jogger found a brand new tennis ball and seeing no one around it might belong to, he slipped it into the pocket of his shorts. Later, on his way home, he stopped at the pedestrian crossing, waiting for the lights to change.
A pretty blonde girl standing next to him eyed the large bulge in his shorts. “What’s that?” she asked, her eyes gleaming with anticipation.
“Tennis ball,” came the breathless reply.
“Oh,” said the blonde sympathetically, “that must be painful! I had tennis elbow once.”
The next of today’s tennis jokes takes place in a maternity ward.
A married couple go to the hospital together to have their baby delivered. When they arrive, the doctor says they have just taken delivery of a new machine which transfers a portion of the mother’s pain to the father.
“Would you be willing to try it out?” asks the doctor.
“Sure,” says the husband, who is one of those ‘Sensitive New Age Guys’.
As the woman goes into labour, the doctor sets the machine to 10 per cent and asks the man if it hurts.
“No, it’s fine,” he says. The doctor raises the setting to 20 per cent. “Still okay,” says the man. The doctor gradually lifts the setting to 50 per cent. The husband closes his eyes and grits his teeth but insists he can cope without any problem, so the doctor raises it gradually to 75 per cent.
“I can take it,” says the husband. “Give me the full 100 per cent.” So the doctor does, and the wife bears the baby with no pain at all. The doctor goes off to write up the case for The Lancet, while the couple takes their baby home.
On the doorstep, they find the dead body of the wife’s tennis coach.
Serena William Now A Tennis Joke
This cartoon was drawn by Mark Knight, an Australian cartoonist. It depicts Serena William’s dummy spit for which Mark received a lot of condemnation from the Yanks who for some reason support William’s poor sportsmanship. Even to the extent that they booed the poor Japanese girl, Naomi Osaka. What should have been a joyous occasion for her the booing reduced her to tears.
Political cartoonists are known to exaggerate the features of their characters, and that’s all Mark did with Serena. I don’t believe there was any racial intent whatsoever. This article pretty well sums it up but just Google Mark Williams cartoons, and you’ll see just what his caricatures are like. Not picking on Serena at all, except for her poor behaviour on the day.