Found on the Web: Truth in Native American Humor!


Sometimes we like to poke around the Internet looking for things that are both amusing and educational.

We're also fond of sharing our findings with you, our loyal readers.

Here are just three. Have some better ones? Send 'em to



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ppmickey's picture
Submitted by ppmickey on
It's healthy that their is this type of humor. However it still made me feel sad.

sierra's picture
Submitted by sierra on
Ohhhh, I got this one: Three women (a blond, a redhead and a brunette) were driving down some ole rural roads in the "countryside." Their car suddenly got a flat tired and they were stranded out in the middle of nowhere, and were now quite worried. They weren't quite sure what they were going to do, but luckily not too far off in the distance, they seen a farm building, along with a sign that read: "NO TRESPASSING - TRESPASSERS WILL BE SHOT" as well as a tire and a tire jack propped up against the building in the not too far off distance. The brunette told 'em "get out & follow meh!" despite the "no trespassing, trespassers will be shot" sign. They did, and while running thru the no trespass zone, the farmer's dogs heard their ruffling among the leaves, and these came running out, hot in the chase of these three women. As soon as the farmer heard them, he & his crony grabbed their guns and came running out, hot in pursuit of their retriever dogs. The 3 women ran into the barn, seen some burlap potato sacks, and the brunette woman again instructed them to jump in and hide in these bags and so they did each for their lives were at stake. The 2 farmer men came running into the farm, ready to catch and kill the trespassers. Instead, they seen NO personS, only some 3 burlap potato bags. So, they proceeded to check each by kickin' 'em. After kicking the first one, which read: "puppies" all they heard was: "woooof woooof." So they thought to themselves: 'oh, puppies.' The second burlap bag read: "kittens." Again, one of 'em kicked it to which they heard: "niao, niao," to which they thought: "ohhh, kittens." The 3rd one they thought about kicking first, and, instead of hearing animal sounds, all they heard was a lil voice instead that said: "POTATOES!" ;) :)