Not All About Face Masks

 

“Why did the face mask cross the road?”
“Why?”
“To change a burned-out light bulb in a building on the other side.”
“How come face masks are changing light bulbs?”
“It’s the new normal.”

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“How many face masks does it take to change a light bulb?”
“How many?”
“Just one, but the light bulb can’t have any flu-like symptoms.”

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A face mask walked into a bar and the bartender said, “Sorry, but government regulations say that you can’t come in here without wearing a person.”

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“Knock.  Knock”
“Who’s there?
“Face mask.”
“Face mask who?”
“Just Face mask.  Can I wear you so I can go to a bar?”
“Sorry, but I am busy with my multiple personalities discussing which one of us is crazy.”

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“What’s the difference between a face mask and a fairy tale?”
“I dunno.  What’s the difference?”
“What’s the difference what?”
“What’s the difference between a face mask and a fairy tale?”
“I don’t know.”
“But you asked me.”
“Yes, I did.  I asked you because I don’t know.”

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“Solve for X.  3X + 2 = 5.”
“I thought you said that there would be no Algebra.”
“I lied.”

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“Why is she wearing two face masks?”
“She’s two-faced.”

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“Why did the face mask fail the driver’s test?”
“I dunno.”
“Because face masks can’t drive.”

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“What do you call a face mask that drives buses?”
“I dunno.”
“A bus driver.”
“But you said that face masks failed driving tests because they can’t drive.”
“Yes.”
“So how can a face mask be a bus driver when face masks can’t pass driver’s tests because they can’t drive?  It does not make sense.”
“Things not making sense is the new normal.”

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“3X + 2 = 5.  Did you solve for X?”
“Yes, X = The End.”
“Good!  Your answer fits the new normal.”

 

 

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