Tell a Joke Day
Date When Celebrated:
Tell an Old Joke Day is always July 24
National Tell a Joke Day is always August
Let's get serious now. We are not kidding. Tell an Old Joke Day and National Tell a Joke Day are real laughers. We hope your day is filled with chuckles and laughs.
No doubt about it. Today, will be a fun-filled day, with lots of laughter. To fully participate and enjoy this day, just tell some jokes. You can do it in person, or pass along a few humorous emails. That's easy enough to do. The more jokes you tell, the more fun this day will be. We also encourage you to listen to many jokes today. Everybody is getting into the act, and in order to tell a joke, someone has to be present to listen to the joke".
The only difference between these two special holidays, is that on Tell an Old Joke Day, you should tell old jokes. The logic behind this, is to keep old jokes from fading away. If they were once funny, they will still produce a laugh. On National Tell a Joke Day you can tell a new joke, or an old one.
Our research did not find the creator, or the origin of either days
We did not find any documentation confirming this to be a "National" day. We found no congressional records or presidential proclamation.
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