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The Jamaican and his co workers (Joke)

by Jackie Guthrie
(Atlanta, Georgia)

One day, a Jamaican gentleman walked into his job of many years with both his ears bandaged up.

Yes, his ears!

Curious, the co workers asked "Hey mon, whap'n to yuh ears dem?"

The man gives his co-workers a dirty look and explained... "While mi a iron mi pants fi work, de phone ring and instead of picking up de phone fi answer, mi pick up de hian (iron) instead!"

His co workers, baffled and at the same time, trying to keep a straight face then asked, "Ok. So a whah happen to di other ear?"

He shook his head, hiss him teet and said "Man, dem call back!"

Editor's Note
I am DWL! Love it! Good one Jackie!

Comments are welcome

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Jan 24, 2018
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xD NEW
by: David Ljungqvist

omg this joke is so god, only Jamacian will understand ahaha lol

Sep 15, 2016
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Dwl NEW
by: Uri

Only in Jamaica will u hear jokes like these lol

May 05, 2016
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Ja co worker
by: Anonymous

Too funny I teared up😹😂

Feb 26, 2015
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Jamaican co-worker
by: Anonymous

No man dat man was under some real stress

Oct 18, 2014
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Jamaican and his co workers (Joke)
by: Terri

Too hilarious. Great Saturday morning laugh.

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