ITT, post jokes that no one tells/gets anymore - specifically because people have mostly forgotten what they were all about. An example, a joke my host dad used to tell a lot back when I spent my year abroad in the US: "What do Donna Rice and Christa McAuliffe have in common?" - "They both went down on the challenger." Some more: Starting in 96, when Belgian Marc Dutroux was convicted of having kidnapped, abused and killed 6 little girls, jokes like these became popular in Germany: "What do Belgian men hold on to during sex?" - "The schoolbag." "What does a Belgian do after fucking a bald girl?" - "He puts her back in the stroller." "What says the mole when digging through Belgium?" - "Move aside, kids." "A plane is about to crash. On board are a German, an American, a Belgian and 3 kids, but only 3 parachutes. The German says 'we have to save the children!'. The American replies 'Fuck the children!' Says the Belgian 'I wish there was still time for that.' My big brother told them all the time to piss off my dad. I didn't get them back then, of course. Back in 2001, Bin Laden/terror jokes became the new thing. Like "Bin Laden and Bush play a game of chess. Who wins?" - "Bin Laden, because Bush has two towers less" (in German the rook/castle is called a tower). Two more that my mom still tells: From the time of the Bosnian War, which was not so long after German reunification: "A 19-year old boy from Chemnitz (a city in ex-East Germany) enlists with the Bundeswehr and is sent to Bosnia. he writes home 'food is excellent. i'm quartered with six ossis (=east germans) and 4 wessis (=west germans) and we get along fine.' His mom writes back 'it's nice to hear you get along, but why do they make you soldiers stay with the prisoners of war?" "What has 7 arms and sucks?" - "Def Leppard." (My mom is both a die-hard jazz fan and the last time she was exposed to pop culture was in the 80s) Anyway, let's hear some more forgotten jokes.