Editor's Note: We get so many yo momma jokes that I decided to group them. Keep checking back, this is likely to grow
yo momma is so dumb every month she gave your uncle a blowjob cause he said it was for his unemployment
yo momma is so dumb she flunked a urine test
yo momma is so dumb she got locked in a supermarket and starved to death.
yo momma is so dumb she thought a quarterback was a refund.
yo momma is so dumb she tried to drown a goldfish
yo momma is so dumb she tripped over a cordless phone.
yo momma is so dumb she tripped over the cordles phone"
yo momma is so dumb she was fillin out an application it said name here and she put sagitarius.
yo momma is so dumb that she tried putting M&M's in alphabetical order.
Yo momma's so dumb she got fired from the M&M's factory for throwing out all of the W's
yo momma is so dumb she looked at an orange juice box for 2 hrs. just because it said CONCENTRATE
yo momma is so dumb she went to the salon for a facial."
yo momma is so dumb she went to the SUPER BOWL with a spoon.
yo momma is so stupid she got hit by a parked car
yo momma is so stupid she put a peep hole in a sliding glass door
yo momma is so stupid when she got locked in a grocery store she starved to death
yo momma is so stupid when she got locked in the bathroom she took a bath in the toilet
yo momma is so stupid she sits on the tv and watches the couch.
yo moma is so dumb she asked me what letter came after x i said y, she said i
just wanted to know
yo momma is so dumb it took her two hours to watch 60 minutes
yo momma so dumb she jumped over a glass wall to see what's on the other side
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