Tuesday, January 26, 2010

"A Movie Shot Entirely By Chimpanzees"

Hello everyone! Here are my monologue jokes for January 26!

A movie shot entirely by chimpanzees will be aired by the BBC. Or, as the general public calls it, regular programming.

NBC says it expects to lose $250 million on next month’s Winter Olympics coverage. And they cut the Tonight Show, WHY?

General Motors Co. said Tuesday it has reached an agreement to sell its struggling Saab automobile to the small Dutch carmaker Spyker Cars NV. One company makes cars that nobody buys and will do anything to get to the top, and the other company is Dutch.

A new study suggests that the rate of hearing problems at ages ranging from 45 to 75 has been dropping for years. Look, you can't base a study off the saying, "If it's too loud, you're too old."

"When in Rome" opens in movie theaters on Friday. I think the theaters are taking the title way too literally. Instead of popcorn, candy, and soda, theaters will serve Ravioli, Ciabatta Bread, and Toscana wine.

Well, I know that's limited but I tried. Thanks for reading!

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