Not All About Pasta

“What do you call pasta that speaks several languages?”

“I dunno.”

“Multi-linguini.”

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“What was spaghetti before it went on a diet?”

“What?”

“Macaroni.”

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 Do some people have the inside of macaroni in their heads?

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“What did William Shakespasta use to write?”

“What?

“Penne.”

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“How many pieces of pasta does it take to change a light bulb?”

“I dunno.”

“Two.  One immigrant piece of pasta to change the bulb, and the citizen piece of pasta to complain about how the immigrants are taking jobs.”

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“Knock.  Knock.”

“Who’s there?”

“Pasta.”

“Pasta who?”

“Pasta salt, please.”

“But we’re not at a dinner table.”

“I was being funny.”

“No, you weren’t.”

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Spaghetti walked into a bar and the bartender said, “What will be?”

And the spaghetti said, “I’ll have some meatballs, please.”

“You eat meatballs?” asked the bartender.

And the spaghetti answered, “No, I am not going to eat them.  I’m just looking for some company.”

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“Can you name a semolina mystery?”

“Sure can.  Pasta on the Orient Express by Agatha Spaghetti.”

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“Why did the rigatoni cross the road?”

“I dunno.”

“To get on the Orient Express.”

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 “Holy giant pasta paperclips!  We just ran out of pasta jokes.”

“Jokes?   Jokes?  You use that word loosely.”

“Of course.”

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