Not All About Pasta

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

“I dunno.”



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




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


“What did William Shakespasta use to write?”




“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.”


“Knock.  Knock.”

“Who’s there?”


“Pasta who?”

“Pasta salt, please.”

“But we’re not at a dinner table.”

“I was being funny.”

“No, you weren’t.”


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.”


“Can you name a semolina mystery?”

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


“Why did the rigatoni cross the road?”

“I dunno.”

“To get on the Orient Express.”


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

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

“Of course.”

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