For a learner of another language, telling jokes is one of the difficult things to do. Jokes depend on puns (wordplay), use idioms, and often depend on pronunciation and tone of voice. Jokes are hard to tell well and are easily misunderstood by the person... If anyone has any questions or anything, I'd be happy to help answer them (native American English speaker). English is FULL of slang and idioms...this is a helpful guide to their translation and meaning. Here are today's jokes from this podcast. Feel free to follow along while listening to the podcast. Don't forget to support the podcast by rating and reviewing it on iTunes or Stitcher. Joke 1: Paid Compliment The party's host paid me a great compliment. ... Flula makes a lot of good points. (There are lots of videos like this one, where Flula shares his thoughts on English idioms.) Joke 1: A man wakes up one morning to find a gorilla on his roof... So he looks up the yellow pages and sure enough, there's an ad for "Gorilla Removers." He calls the number, and the gorilla remover says he"ll be there in 30 minutes.