Researchers say that laughter is universal, occurring across ages and cultures. It's social, it's contagious, and it helps to creates bonds with others around us.
Laughter is also good for our health (Laughter is the Best Medicine). A good laugh
So... in celebration of St. Patrick's, it seems appropriate to offer a few Irish jokes to tickle your funny bone ... or make you groan. Just remember that laughter is social and contagious... it comes not from keeping the joke to yourself but in the sharing with others.
From Boy's Life:
Tom: What do you get when you cross a four-leaf clover with poison ivy?
Pee Wee: I don't know.
Tom: A rash of good luck on St. Patrick's Day.
Joke submitted by Tommy F., Aberdeen, Md.
Seth: What do you call a fake Irish stone?
Seth: A shamrock!
Joke submitted by Seth F., Frederick, Colo.
David: Mom, I met an Irish boy on St. Patrick's Day.
Mom: Oh, really?
David: No, O'Reilly!
Joke submitted by David K., Shelby Township, Mich.
Keenan: What do you call leprechauns who collect aluminum cans, used newspapers and plastic bottles?
Joke submitted by Jacqueline S., Moline, Ill.
Evan: What's Irish and stays out all night?
Evan: Paddy O'Furniture.
Joke submitted by Evan R., Wylie, Tex.
And from Jokes4Us.com:
Why can't you borrow money from a leprechaun? Because they're always a little short.
When is an Irish Potato not an Irish Potato? When it's a FRENCH fry!
What does a leprechaun call a happy man wearing green? A Jolly Green Giant