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More diabetes jokes please!!!!!




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LOL! That's about the poorest one that I've heard so far. :D But yet, it's more than mine...I got ZERO Diabetes jokes.
Hello Terrie8:

(at the acknowledged "poverty" of his own joke)

Then your "assignment" sire is to create one!!!!!! Find something to laugh at and lets make with the fun!

Oh Ho Stuart. So Marps gets to copy and paste jokes from the net but I have to "create" one?? Doesn't seem fair somehow.


As usual, the donuts, cookies, brownies and squares were making bets on who would be their next Customer(s) and who would be the chosen dessert Winner(s).

Would it be a few high school Kids or a Well-to-do business owner perhaps? Percentage-wise, the donuts were making a “killing” today on those type of Clients.

“Okay Everyone!! We are in Business, the doorbell has tinkled. Smile…Big Smiles”. hollered the confident Boston Cream donut.

The new Customer walked to the counter and slowly ran his fingers along the glass while gazing at the Yummy desserts and jingling the change in his pocket. With a shrug and a smile he waved to the Cashier.

“Ack, never mind Gang”, sighed a disgruntled donut….dropping his blueberry grin. “It’s just that Guy with Diabetes coming in for his boring glass of water and idle chat”.



Geez!! Now I feel Bad. Poor desserts. :[
I didn't like my other joke so I "created" this one. It will do.

Nearby: “One hump or two”? questioned the impatient camel owner to the indecisive camel buyer.

“No no, not me thanks”, replied the hard-of-hearing Senior, proudly.
“I don’t take sugar in my coffee. I’m a Diabetic, you know”, he added, to the Waiter.


Hello DsandCT:

Thank you...

Your turn... coooooooome on lets make a joke of diabetes! If we can laugh at it, then it cannot crush us. We win, it does not.

A Diabetic walks into a bakery as asks the guy behind the counter, “Whaddya got that is safe for diabetics?”

The Baker says, “Everything. As long as you don’t put it in your mouth.”
As the salesman was just about to close the shop two very excited diabetics (George and Scott) came running in the door!

“Wow, is that sign for real?” asks Scott.

“Which sign?” Asks the salesman

“Hello? The one on the front of your window!” replies George.

“Well of course” said the salesman.

“WE’LL TAKE TWO PLEASE! One for each of us!!!” they shout in unison.

“What do you want?” inquired the salesman.

“A Functioning Pancreas!” exclaims Scott.

“But this is a music store!!!” Says the salesman.

A look of confusion falls upon everyone’s face.

George sheepishly replies, “But the sign says ‘Organ’s for sale.’”
I like that one!! LOL
Very nice joke! In fact one of the best I've heard about diabetes!
Loved this one!!! You rock Marps!




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