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Tuesday 11.12.2018 | Name days: Valdis, Voldemārs, Valdemārs

Daily joke: all the right reasons

A teacher wanted to teach her students about self-esteem, so she asked anyone who thought they were stupid to stand up.

Daily joke: it all makes sense

Little Maggie, a six-year-old, complained, 'Mother, I've got a stomach ache.'

Daily joke: look up

A brunette and blonde are walking in the park...

Travel trends of 2014

Tourism continues to show signs of growth in Europe and Latvia. It also seems that travellers nowadays do not trust last chance offers as much as they used to. Instead, people prefer to plan out their travels in advance (hotel and flight booking). The trend of renting entire villas has also become rather popular. The same applies to European resorts and different cruise offers.

Daily joke: having faith is not enough

There was a preacher who fell in the ocean and he couldn't swim. When a boat came by, the captain yelled, 'Do you need help, sir?'

Daily joke: physics, son

A neutron walks into a bar...

Daily joke: blonde and her troubles

A blonde is wearing a pair of socks that don't match, one is red and the other is white.

Beard boosts masculinity, but reduces attractiveness, psychologists say

Facial hair can change the way a man looks. With beards returning to men's fashion, psychologists have learnt in studies that beards add to male confidence and perceived masculinity, but women do not necessarily deem bearded men as more attractive.

Daily joke: note the difference

What is the difference between a cat and a dog?

Daily joke: street justice

A thief stuck a pistol in a man's ribs and said, 'Give me your money.'

Daily joke: school problems

A little girl had just finished her first week of school.

Daily joke: problems

Teacher: You aren’t paying attention to me. Are you having trouble hearing?

Daily joke: bars and brains don't mix

A brain walks into a bar and says, 'I'll have a pint of beer please.'

Daily joke: trouble

Student: 'Would I get in trouble for something I didn't do?'