Holiday Humour

To my fellow Canadians, Happy Victoria Day! Hope everyone is enjoying their holiday Monday. To the rest of you, I’m about to make a lame joke to help get you through your day.

Ready? Good.

Some background information before I tell the joke: Staples is an office supply store. You can buy paper, pencils, printers, and comfortable desk chairs. Got it? Good. Now to the joke. Someone better laugh.

What do you call someone who works at Staples?

A stapler.

What do you call someone who fires people who work at Staples?

A staple remover.

(Hold for laughs)

(Run away because no one is laughing)

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49 Responses to Holiday Humour

  1. nooooooo!!!! I actually laughed at the (Run away…) part of your joke!
    Laughter is the best medicine! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Little Rants says:

    Erm. I did laugh, Paul. 😁😁

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  3. DoesItEvenMatterWhoIAm? says:

    I laughed!

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  4. tontaybla says:

    Lol I love jokes like these! They sound like they should be on the back of a banana Laffy Taffy (my favorite flavor).

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  5. I am! Happy Victoria Day! 😀

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  6. markbialczak says:

    Any more jokes like this, Paul, and I just my reach for my Staple gun.

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  7. rebbit7 says:

    I smiled! Haha, great joke; I’m a sucker for puns. 😀

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  8. Barb Knowles says:

    It didn’t cause the door to close, but I did laugh out loud.
    More Staples humor. And what the heck is Victoria Day? You celebrate Queen Victoria? We need Canadian culture part 2.

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    • Paul says:

      Haha yeah we do! “When Queen Victoria died in 1901, Parliament made her birthday an annual holiday. The law initially called for the holiday to be celebrated every year on May 24. Unless the date fell on a Sunday, in which case Victoria Day would be celebrated on May 25”. It’s basically the 3rd Monday of every May now…known as May 2-4 weekend.

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  9. amorefado says:

    I really didn’t want to laugh at that but I couldn’t help it! LOL

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  10. I laughed and the surrounding to crack the joke was pure fun 😀

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