The new year is a time to re-affirm old commitments, but it is also a time to let go of what no longer serves us. In the spirit of leaving the bad behind to make way for the good, here are the 7 worst conference call jokes that I could come up with. Like old underwear, toxic relationships, and the music video for "Man's Not Hot", these literary atrocities should be left behind in 2017. Don't say I didn't warn you.
1) Knock knock. (who's there?) Canoe. (Canoe Who?) Canoe join this conference call with me real quick?
2) Why did the chicken cross the road? Someone had joined a conference call using speakerphone and he just couldn't take it.
3) When is the best time to hold a conference call? 6:30, hands down.
7) An Australian man walks into a meeting for the Coalition Against Conference Calls and asks to use their phone. The coalition leader asks "Did you come here to die"? The Australian man responds, "no, I came here yester-die".
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