Here are a few really bad jokes I’ve collected over the years.  I can’t seem to find many pottery jokes. I guess we just don’t do humor (NOT!)  Send me a joke to post if you come across a good one. You can use the form on my Contact page

Just to let you know. I may play dirty but I only collect clean jokes.

Did you hear about the potters apprentice that melted a whole kiln load of pots?  He got fired!

My spouse is really in to making pottery, but to me it’s just kil’n time. 

Jimi Hendrix was more than just a rock and roll guitar player extraordinaire.  He is also known for his his pottery. It is very easy to recognize his work. —- Purple Glaze.

On a beautiful sunny day a novice balloonist was having a first flight. To his surprise several things went wrong simultaneously resulting in the balloons rapid descent.  In a state of near panic, he tried all that he could think of to remedy the situation before he imminently suffered a harsh landing in the trees. As he pondered his situation, much to his surprise, he saw a man flying through the air heading up toward the balloon. At first it looked like there would be a collision of the two but as the flying man approached it became apparent that he would only pass within shouting distance.  As the man approached, the novice balloonist shouted, “Say there, do know anything about flying a balloon?”  “No.” replied the man, “Do you know anything about firing a gas kiln?”

In front of a delicatessen, an art connoisseur noticed a mangy little kitten lapping up milk from a saucer. The saucer, he realized with a start, was a rare and precious piece of pottery.  He strolled into the store and offered two dollars for the cat.
“It’s not for sale,” said the proprietor.  
“Look,” said the collector, “that cat is dirty and undesirable, but I’m eccentric. I like cats that way. I’ll raise my offer to ten dollars.”  
“It’s a deal,” said the proprietor, and pocketed the ten on the spot.  
“For that sum I’m sure you won’t mind throwing in the saucer,” said the connoisseur.  
“The kitten seems so happy drinking from it.” 
“Nothing doing,” said the proprietor firmly.  “That’s my lucky saucer. From that saucer, so far this week I’ve sold 34 cats.”

Finishing up our work at a trade show in San Diego, my coworker and I decided to go sightseeing across the border in Tijuana, Mexico. While there, we went shopping and bought a few pieces of clay kitchenware. As we crossed back into the United States, a customs official asked if we had anything of value to report.  “Not really,” replied, digging in her bag for the  bean crock she had purchased. Everyone around us froze as  she continued, “I only bought a little pot.”