Jokes in category:  Irish Jokes

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The funniest Irish jokes online as well as funny Irish short stories are right here on The Laughline, at the last count over 80 Irish jokes and we are adding more every week.

We have jokes about your favourite Irishmen Mick and Paddy, stories about Leprechauns, and of course lots of stories about beer, Guinness, whisky and getting drunk.

Don’t miss our tribute to St. Patrick’s Day with a collection of limericks and poems.

Everyone loves a good Irish joke, so pour yourself a Guinness and have a laugh on us.

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Hip Replacement

Murphy went to the doctor complaining that he had a sore hip and it was making it hard for him to walk. After the doctor gave him a complete examination, he told Murphy that he would need a complete hip replacement. When the surgery was scheduled and Murphy was being […]

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Hitchhiking

Paddy and Joseph were hitchhiking one day, but not having a lot of success in thumbing a lift. “I think it might be best if we split up”, said Paddy. “We are not having much luck hitchiking, we might find it easier to get a lift if there is only […]

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Life And Death

Two Irishmen, Murphy and Seamus were discussing life in general over drinks one night in a Dublin pub. The subject eventually got to old age, how long family members lived to, and what killed them off. “My grandfather lived to be 96,” says Murphy. “Ninety-six? That’s a fair old age. […]

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The Train Station

Before getting on board a bus, an Irishman asked the driver, “What is the fare to the train station?” “Sixty cents,” said the driver. The Irishman got back off the bus, then raced alongside it until the next stop. As the bus driver opened the door, the Irishman poked his […]

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The Crate Of Chickens

A young Irish lad was returning from the local market with the crate of chickens tht his father had entrusted to him. All of a sudden he tripped, the box went flying, it broke open and chickens scurried off in different directions. Determined to catch them all, the boy walked […]

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Irish Courthouse

This is the scene one day in an Irish courthouse, during a murder case. The judge says to a double-homicide defendant, “Sean O’Flaherty, you are charged with beating your wife to death with a hammer.” Suddenly, a voice at the back of the courtroom yells out, “You bastard!” The judge, […]

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Deceased Dubliner

A Dubliner went to live in Cork but unfortunately he died. Two Corkmen went around from house to house collecting money for the deceased Dubliner so that he could be given a decent funeral. “Excuse me, Sir”, they asked one old Corkman, “would you contribute a Euro to bury a […]

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Bricks

Murphy and Patrick, two Irish labourers, wandering aimlessly across their work site, were asked by the foreman what they were doing. “We’re carrying these bricks to the other end of the site.” They told him. “What bricks?” He asked them “Will you look at that” says Murphy to Patrick. “We’ve […]