If any group of women can use a good joke, it’s a pregnant woman. The following are funny to me, if they are not funny to you, I apologize in advance. I remember wanting to be a comedian when I was growing up, because the gift of laughter is not to be sneezed at – unfortunately – either I wasn’t that funny or my audience never had a sense of humor. I tend to lean on the former and fall flat in front of the latter!
So here’s a little humor to inject into your day!
An American man is riding a train in a European country. His seatmate knows some English, and they end up chatting. The seatmate asks if the American has children. The American says no.
“Ah, so sad.” The European said.. “Your wife, she is impregnable?”
“Well, um, that’s not exactly the word.” The American said.
“Oh!” The European interrupted. “I mean, she is inconceivable?”
“Um, not quite –” the American began, only to be interrupted again.
“Oh, no, that isn’t right. She is, what is it, she is unbearable?” The European asked.
“Well, actually, that’s pretty much sums it up.”
The Name Game
When a pregnant woman ended up in a coma as a result of a car accident, she didn’t wake for nearly six months. Her first frantic moments of wakefulness were filled with confusion because she wanted to know if her baby was all right. The doctor reassured her immediately.
“Ma’am you had twins! A boy and a girl. Your brother from Maryland came in and named them.”
The woman is horrified because her brother is an idiot. “Well, what’s the girl’s name?”
“Wow, that’s not a bad name, I like it! What’s the boy’s name?”
When Jaime was pregnant with her first child, she went to her obstetrician’s office for a routine exam. When the exam was over and the doctor asked if she had any questions, she hesitated before starting to ask: “My husband wanted me to ask you if it was still okay ….”
“Of course it is,” the doctor interrupted. “I get asked that question all the time. Sexual relations are fine until late in the pregnancy.”
“Oh, no – that’s fine.” Jaime confessed sheepishly. “He just wanted to know if it was all right for me to still mow the lawn.”