aqyesonahoel – n. a person who specializes in cutting openings in walls and installing doors in random places
upquiseup – v. to use a chair against a wall as if it was a urinal
iroreimt – n. a wall of TVs
Robin laid an egg
The batmobile lost its wheel
and the joker got away, HEY!
(Repeat the previous verse twice)
Batman’s in the kitchen
Robins in the hall
Jokers in the bathroom
Peeing on the wall!
Q: How many “New Kids on the Block” does it take to paint a wall red?
A: Only one if you throw it hard enough.
Two fish swim into a concrete wall.
One turns to the other and says “dam!!”
“When I was young, I remember how much better things were made. Things were not made of cheap plastic but of metal. You got a feeling you had something solid, rather than something that would last only a few months. I remember when Uncle Harry banged his car into a wall, it hardly had a dent. But now you can just barely hit a car and you see some very visible damage. The trouble is that nobody complains. People are satisfied with poorer materials even though they might even be more expensive than the previous cheaper ones. Or maybe people fool themselves into thinking that the newer items are better. After all, metal rusts, plastic is lighter to carry, and most people have good car insurance.”
– from a book
Q: What did the wall say to the corner?
A: I’ll meet you at the roof.
Your mommas so fat her picture fell off the wall!
When you see the handwriting on the wall, you can bet you’re in a public restroom.
Q: How did the ghost teacher explain this lesson on walking through walls?
A: She went through it again and again!
::pops out behind a wall::
“how ya doinnnnn’?”
::hugs and kisses someone on the cheek::
– Mrs. Stickums
“Chunk them on the wall”
– Mrs. DYKE