Subject: Confucius say

Confucius say:

Jokes using puns and often risqué double-meanings 'fictitiously attributed' to Confucius, a famous Chinese philosopher (around 500 BC.) His name is used only to lend credence to the sayings of a “wise man.”

Confucius say… who mix poison ivy with four leaf clover, have rash of good luck.

Confucius say… grandchildren are God's reward for not killing your children.

Confucius say… who slings mud, loses ground.

Confucius say… he who eats ice cream in car, is a sundae driver.

Confucius say… who pamper his cow, will get spoiled milk.

Confucius say… best way to slow a runaway horse, is to bet on it.

Confucius say… rarely occurs to teenagers that the day will come when they'll know as little as their parents.

Confucius say… gay gentleman from the Deep South is called a homo-sex-y'all.

Confucius say… hooker with bike pedal ass all over town.

Confucius say… if you continue to live in the past, your life is history.

Confucius say… basketball player who marry midget lady will be nuts over her.

Confucius say… man who is impotent will have Willy-nilly.

Confucius say… man who tell one too many light bulb jokes soon burn out.

Confucius say… man who cries while he masturbates is a real tearjerker.

Confucius say… few things are harder to put up with than a good example.

Confucius say… man who tell one too many lightbulb joke soon burn out.

Confucius say… man in bathroom with tool in hand is not necessarily a plumber.

Confucius say… vitamins are good for what ails you – Viagra is good for what fails you.

Confucius say… at the feast of ego, everyone leaves hungry.

Confucius say… wife not part of furniture, until screwed on on bed.