Person

What’s the worst part about breaking up with a Japanese person?
You have to drop the bomb twice before they get the message.
A person without arms and a knife in their mouth is still technically armed,
but only to the teeth.
A blonde stormed up to the front desk of the library and with a screaming voice said, “I have a complaint!”
“How can i help you?” said the librarian looking up at her.
“I borrowed a book last week and it was horrible!”
Puzzled by her complain the librarian asked “What was wrong with it?”
“It had way too many characters and there was no plot!” said the blonde.
The librarian nodded and said, “Ahhh. So YOU must be the person who took our phone book."
What do you call a person really crazy about the moon
A lunatic.
Why are people buying so much toilet paper because of the corona virus?
Because when one person sneezes, 100 people shit themselves.
What do you call a person with a peg nose acting suspicious?
Suspeg.
A person with a very blocked nose walks into a doctors office.
The doctor says: "So, you're having mucus problems?"

The person replies: "perhaps, perhaps snot.
What do you call a person that’s sexually attracted to trains?
A tramsexual.
"Hi, I'm Buzz Aldrin. Second person to step on the moon.
Neil before me."
To the person who invented zero...
Thanks for nothing.
“Before you marry a person, you should first make them use a computer with slow Internet to see who they really are.”
Will Ferrell
“If you could kick the person in the pants responsible for most of your trouble, you wouldn’t sit for a month.”
Theodore Roosevelt
“Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that.”
George Carlin
“I saw a study that said speaking in front of a crowd is considered the number one fear of the average person. Number two was death. This means to the average person, if you have to be at a funeral, you would rather be in the casket than doing the eulogy.”
Jerry Seinfeld
“Life begins at 40 – but so do fallen arches, rheumatism, faulty eyesight, and the tendency to tell a story to the same person, three or four times.”
Helen Rowland