Lately I have not been keeping up with production around here. In the past I would have the panel ready to go by Friday night, and Sunday's rant would be finalized by Saturday. Even the jokes would be in place a week in advance.
I guess can't blame it all on the dog, but she's been a major contributor to my recent delayed postings. She's still very rambunctious, and that makes things like graphic editing and typing nearly impossible.
So if you tune in only to find the updates to be lacking in quality and punctuality, know that it's just a phase.
Of course what little I'm putting out wouldn't be possible at all if it weren't for Glenn and George. They still send me e-mails on a fairly regular basis with the jokes that I use for Flush Twice. Of course anyone can contribute jokes via our submission page or by sending me and email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“That's the funny thing about old people: they never seem in a hurry. I think old people have figured out that being five minutes late really doesn't matter much.” ― Shannon Wiersbitzky,
Flush Twice is a JOTD (Joke of the Day) website. New jokes are published every Monday through Friday (midnight EST). There is also a comic and a personal blog in the sidebar that updates on the weekends. We’ve been operating since May of 2003.
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It all boils down to a sudden shift in perception. The story starts you thinking one way, then the punchline turns that thinking on its ear. The art of the joke is to craft a short story that isn’t overly contrived, then deliver a punchline that suddenly shifts your perception about the story you were being told.
Many of the jokes on this site are offensive, and we make no apologies for it. Offensive jokes work by making the reader uncomfortable through the use of a taboo subject thus enhancing the underlying humor. Without the offensive element, the joke would simply not be as funny.