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Moral of the Story Jokes

The Moral of the Story

Moral of the story is a phrase that is used to summarize the moral values of a story. It can be used in various contexts, depending on who is telling the story and what they are trying to convey.

The moral of the story has been around for centuries, but it has evolved over time to suit different audiences and interests.

In these jokes the moral of the story is typically a funny punchline found in the last sentence of the story.

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The Most Entertaining “Moral of the Story” Jokes

The Horse and the Chicken

A horse and a chicken are playing in a meadow. The horse falls into a mud hole and is sinking. He calls to the chicken to go and get the farmer to help pull him out to safety.

The chicken runs to the farm but the farmer can’t be found. So he drives the farmer’s BMW back to the mud hole and ties some rope around the bumper. He then throws the other end of the rope to his friend, the horse, and drives the car forward saving him from sinking!

A few days later, the chicken and horse were playing in the meadow again and the chicken fell into the mud hole. The chicken yelled to the horse to go and get some help from the farmer. The horse said, “I think I can stand over the hole!”

So he stretched over the width of the hole and said, “Grab for my organ and pull yourself up.” And the chicken did and pulled himself to safety.

Moral of the Story: If you’re hung like a horse, you don’t need a BMW to pick up chicks.

Billy’s Dad in Vietnam

One day at the end of class little Billy’s teacher has the class go home and think of a story and then conclude the moral of that story….

The next day Billy tells his story….

“My dad fought in the Vietnam war, his plane was shot down over enemy territory. He jumped out before it crashed with only a case of beer, a machine gun and a machete. On the way down he drank the case of beer. Unfortunately he landed right in the middle of 100 Vietnamese soldiers.

He shot 70 with his machine gun, but ran out of bullets, so he pulled out his machete and killed 20 more, but the blade on his machete broke, so he killed the last ten with his bare hands”

Teacher looks in shock at Billy and asks if there is possibly any moral to his story….Billy replies, “Yeah… don’t mess with my dad when he’s been drinking

A Fly and a Hunter in the Forest

One day, in a peaceful forest, a fly buzzed over a stream.

In the stream, a salmon was swimming, and it looked up and saw the fly. It thought to itself, “If that fly would drop down about a half an inch, I’d be able to jump up, catch it, and I’d have myself something to eat.”

Alongside the stream, a bear was standing. The bear looked at the fly, and thought to itself, “If that fly would drop down about a half an inch, that salmon would jump up to catch it, and I could jump out, snag that salmon, and I’d have myself something to eat.”

Across the stream, up a steep slope, a hunter was hidden in the brush. The hunter looked at the fly, and thought to himself, “If that fly would drop down about a half an inch, that salmon would jump up to catch it, the bear would jump up to catch the salmon, and I could jump up, shoot the bear, and I’d have myself a new trophy.”

Hidden in the grass behind the hunter was a mouse. The mouse looked at the fly, and thought to itself, “If that fly would drop down about a half an inch, the salmon would jump up to catch it, the bear would jump up to catch the salmon, the hunter would jump up to shoot the bear, the sandwich in the hunter’s pocket would fall out, and I’d have myself something to eat.”

A bit higher up the slope, on a jutting rock, sat a pussy cat. The pussy cat looked down at the fly, and thought to itself, “If that fly would drop down about a half an inch, the salmon would jump up to catch it, the bear would jump up to catch the salmon, the hunter would jump up to shoot the bear, the sandwich in the hunter’s pocket would fall out, the mouse would hop over to get the sandwich, I could leap down on it, and I’d have myself something to eat.”

At that moment, the fly dropped down about a half an inch. The salmon leapt up and caught the fly, the bear leapt out and snagged the salmon, the hunter jumped up and shot the bear, the mouse hopped out and started to eat the hunter’s sandwich, and the pussycat leapt down to catch the mouse…but it missed. It rolled down the slope, and fell into the stream.

Moral of the Story: A lot of things have to happen for a pussycat to get wet.

The Moral of the Story…

On elephant and a mouse are walking together through the jungle when the elephant falls into a very large hole. The hole is so large that try as he might, the elephant is unable to climb out.

So the mouse says, “Hang around, I’ll get something to drag you out with” and leaves. A little while later the mouse returns driving a Porsche and with a rope tied to the bumper bar and he drags the elephant out of the hole.

The two friends continue their stroll through the jungle when all of a sudden, the mouse falls into a hole. The elephant immediately stands over the hole and squatting over it, lowers his penis so the mouse can grab it and lift himself out of the hole.

Moral of the story: “If your organ is long enough you dont need a Porsche.”

The Moral to the Story…

A turkey was standing in a field chatting to a bull. “I would love to be able to get to the top of yonder tree,” sighed the turkey, “but I haven’t got the energy.”

“Well, why don’t you nibble on some of my droppings?” replied the bull. They’re packed with nutrients.”

The turkey pecked at a lump of dung and found that it actually gave him enough strength to reach the first branch of the tree. The next day, after eating some more dung, he reached the second branch.

Finally after a fourth night he was proudly perched at the top of the tree. Whereupon he was spotted by a farmer who dashed into the farmhouse, emerged with a shotgun, and shot the turkey right out of the tree.

Moral of the Story: BS might get you to the top, but it won’t keep you there.

The Cat Story

There was this cat who loved to get drunk, so he went to the bar down town on the other side of the tracks. He stayed all night long and got so wasted he could barely stand up, much less walk.

The cat starts to stumble on home. As the cat comes to the train tracks he doesn’t notice a train as it is coming his way. The cat starts to cross the track and the train is right on him.

Just as he crosses, the train goes on by, but the cat was not all the way over and the train ran over the his tail, the cat turns it’s head to see were his tail is and the train cuts his head clean off.

Moral of the Story: DON’T LOSS YOUR HEAD OVER A LITTLE PIECE OF TAIL!

The Moral Of The Story

There was once a bird who wanted to defy the norm. It was winter and no he wasn’t going to fly south. After a few days in the cold blizzards, he couldn’t take it anymore and started off to the south. Halfway there his wings froze and he plummeted to the ground below.

He knew he was a goner and he made the dumbest mistake ever. Soon a horse passed by and crapped on the small bird. The heat of the shit warmed him and defrosted his wings. Finally able to breathe and move freely, the bird was ecstatic and chirping in joy. A cat in a nearby bush heard the bird and pounced on the bird, swallowing him in one gulp.

Moral of the Story: Everyone who shits on you doesn’t mean that their you’re enemy.

Everyone who gets you out of shit aren’t necessarily your friend.And, if you’re warm and happy in a pile of poo….keep your mouth shut!

The Slithering Snake

Once upon a time, their lived in a magical land a snake, named Nate. In this land, actually rather close to Nate’s house there was a great road, and next to this road was a lever. The lever was ancient, and the mythology around the lever was that if you were to push it, it would trigger the end of the world.

One day, Nate was slithering down the road, and he came upon the lever, and began crossing the road so he could look at it. At the same moment, a truck came careening around a corner, and the driver found himself in a dilemma: either hit the snake or end the world.

Needless to say, the driver ran over Nate and went on his merry way.Moral of the Story: The moral of the story is: Better Nate than Lever

Fly Story

There once was a happy little fly buzzing around a barn one day when she happened upon a large pile of fresh cow manure. Since it had been hours since her last meal and she was feeling hunger pangs, she flew down to the irresistible delicacy and began to munch out.

She ate and ate and then she ate some more !!! Finally, she decided she’d had plenty. She washed her face with her tiny front legs, belched a few times, then attempted to fly away.
But alas she had pigged out far too much and could not get off the ground.

She looked around wondering what to do about this unpleasant situation when she spotted a pitchfork leaning upright against the barn wall. She’d found a solution!! She realized if she could just become airborne she’d be able to fly.

So, she, painstakingly, climbed to the top of the handle. Once there, she took a deep breath, spread her tiny fly wings, and leaped confidently into the air. She dropped like a rock and splattered all over the floor.

Dead fly!!! Dead fly!!! Dead fly!!!

Moral of the Story: “Never fly off the handle when you know you’re full of it!”

A Priest Was Driving…

A priest was driving along and saw nun on the side of the road. He stopped and offered her a lift which she accepted. She got in and crossed her legs, forcing the habit to open and reveal a leg. The priest looks and nearly has an accident, and after changing gear lets his hand slide up her leg.

She immediately says, “Father, remember Psalm 129”.

The priest says sorry and removes his hand but is unable to remove his eyes from her leg. Further on when he changes gear and has ogled at her leg for the zillionth time he lets the hand slide up the leg again.

The Nun once again says, “Father remember Psalm 129”.
Arriving at the convent the nun gets out and the priest goes on his way. Once he arrives at his church he rushes to the bible and looks up Psalm 129 and it said, “GO FORTH AND SEEK, FURTHER UP YOU WILL FIND GLORY”

Moral of the Story: In your job should always be well informed or you may miss a great opportunity.

The Crow and the Rabbit

A crow was sitting on a tree, doing nothing all day. A small rabbit saw the crow, and asked him, “Can I also sit like you and do nothing all day long?”

The crow answered: “Sure, why not.” So, the rabbit sat on the ground below the crow, and rested. All of a sudden, a fox appeared, jumped on the rabbit and ate it.

Moral of the Story: To be sitting and doing nothing, you must be sitting very, very high up.

The Turkey and the Bull

A turkey was chatting with a bull. “I would love to be able to get to the top of that tree,” sighed the turkey, “but I haven’t got the energy.

“Well, why don’t you nibble on some of my droppings?” replied the bull.
“They’re packed with nutrients.”

The turkey pecked at a lump of dung and found that it actually gave him enough strength to reach the first branch of the tree.

The next day, after eating some more dung, he reached the second branch. Finally after a fortnight, there he was proudly perched at the top of the tree. Soon he was promptly spotted by a farmer, who shot the turkey out of the tree.

Moral of the Story: BS might get you to the top, but it won’t keep you there.

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