Your 5 Jokes for September 25, 2013: Recruiter Jokes

Airborne Division

After enlisting in the 82nd Airborne Division I eagerly asked my Recruiter what I could expect from jump school.

"Well," he said, "it's three weeks long."

"What else," I asked.

"The first week they separate the men from the boys," he said. "The second week, they separate the men from the fools."

"And the third week?" I asked.

"The third week, the fools jump."


Drunk Recruiter

A carful of recruiters is pulled over after driving erratically late New Year’s Eve. Obviously intoxicated,
the driver manages to hand over his license. When the motorcycle cop asks him for the registration, he
explains that he is the designated driver, not the owner.

“How can you be the designated driver if you’ve been drinking, sir?" asks the officer. The recruiter, still tipsy and a bit cheeky, proudly and professionally replies, “Delegated multi-tasking."


The Country Boy

A country boy decides to join the Army. He walks into the recruiters office and announces, "I want to join the Army!" The recruiter offers the boy a seat across the desk from him, looks at the country boy and asks, "How old are you son?" The country boy answers, "Well, last year I was 22, but I can't figure out how old I am now. Let me go home and ask my mama, I reckon she's the only one who keeps up with my age." The country boy gets up and starts to leave.

The recruiter barks, "Son, get over here and sit down in this seat right this minute!" The country boy does as the recruiter orders him to. After a minute of eyeing the country boy, the recruiter asks, "Son, there ain't much between you and a fool is there?"

The country boy thinks it over for a minute, then replies, "Just this desk I guess."


The Marines

A Marine Recruiter was attracting a crowd at a local college explaining the benefits of the Reserves. A video was playing on the large screen TV near-by.

One student asked: "As the planes are bombing the shore, and the ships are shelling the coast, and those little boats are heading towards the beach in this video, who are those guys in the boats?"

"Well, they're Marines, son." boasted the Sergeant proudly.

"Uh, that's what I thought." said the boy, who then turned and disappeared quickly into the crowd.


Think About It

After a day of grueling maneuvers under the blazing Texas sun, the platoon stood in front of the barracks.

"All right, ladies, think about this," bellowed the drill instructor. "If you could have ten minutes alone, right now, with anyone in the world, who would it be?"

Amid much mumbling, one voice was heard from the back row. "My recruiter."

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