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Waiter, how long have you worked here?
Six months, sir.
Well, it can't have been you who took my order.
Fred: What's the difference between a wage and a salary, sir?
Teacher: If you earn a wage, you are paid every week, if you earn a salary, you are paid every month. Teachers, for example, get paid salaries because they are paid monthly.
Fred: Please, sir, where do they work?
The headmaster was interviewing a new teacher. "You'll get $10,000 to start, with $15,000 after six months." "Oh!" said the teacher. "I'll come back in six months then."
You're only as old as you act.
That means you're about six months old.