Today’s ghastly groaner

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A duck waddles into a sandwich shop and says to the man at the counter, “You got any duck food?”

The man at the counter says, “No! Now get out of here.”

The next day the duck waddles into the sandwich shop again.

Again, he says, “Got any duck food?”

The man at the counter says, again, “No! Now get out of here.”

On the third day, the duck shows up again and asks the same question.

The counter man becomes very upset and yells at the duck.

“No! Now get out of here, and don’t come back or I will nail your feet to the floor!”

The next day, the duck waddles back into the sandwich shop and says, “Hey, you got any nails?”

“NO!” yells the man at the counter.

The duck says, “Well then, you got any duck food?”

— Bob Kyllo, Post Falls

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Laughter really is the best medicine, so let’s “medicate” together.

Send your best bad, corny, punny jokes. Keep ’em clean and don’t be mean.

Email your ghastly groaners, with your full name and hometown, to: mdolan@cdapress.com.

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