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For jokes having to do with moles.

/r/MoleJokes

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2

A mole who worked at a sewage company also moonlighted as a cheese farmer. What are his memoirs called?

The Secret Dairy of a Drain Mole.

1 Comment
2024/01/25
22:46 UTC

2

[AI Generated] How does a mole answer the phone?

"Mole-lo?"

This joke was created by ChatGPT 3.5

1 Comment
2024/01/23
17:34 UTC

0

[AI Generated] Why did the mole bring a ladder to the garden?

To see over the hedge!

This joke was created by ChatGPT 3.5

1 Comment
2024/01/23
17:34 UTC

2

[AI Generated] What do you call a spy who works underground?

A secret agent!

This joke was created by ChatGPT 3.5

2 Comments
2024/01/23
17:23 UTC

3

How did the down-on-her-luck mole pay rent?

She became a mole-dancer

0 Comments
2023/05/29
18:01 UTC

6

What country are Moles from?

Moland!

2 Comments
2022/07/25
22:55 UTC

9

What did the mole say to the Italian chef?

Where did you get those albino worms?

0 Comments
2022/04/27
21:57 UTC

4

I can’t think of a joke!

Give me some time to mole it over

2 Comments
2022/02/04
10:06 UTC

4

Beware of moles in toll booths.

The fee mole of the species is more deadly than the mole.

0 Comments
2022/01/29
01:15 UTC

3

Is Mole Jokes over again?

Asking for a friend

2 Comments
2021/11/13
12:51 UTC

5

New Mole Day Comedy Routine

1 Comment
2021/10/23
19:01 UTC

5

What do you call a mole high on drugs?

Earthed (they hate any expressions involving stones because those little buggers really ruin a good dig)

0 Comments
2021/10/15
15:11 UTC

5

How do you get rid of tapeworms?

Swallow a tapemole!

2 Comments
2021/08/18
23:15 UTC

12

I keep saying “vole” when I mean “mole”.

It’s embarrassing, but not as embarrassing as that incident with my aunt Madge.

1 Comment
2021/07/23
01:14 UTC

4

Sad to see one of our velvety friends so exhausted from digging that he had to ride home on Lassie’s back.

It was a mole-on-collie sight.

1 Comment
2021/07/23
00:57 UTC

5

Moles are cool, but never hire them to build your house.

It’s been six months now, and all they’ve done is the basement.

0 Comments
2021/04/07
23:58 UTC

5

What was Biggie Moles’ biggest hit?

Mole Money, Mole Problems.

1 Comment
2021/04/07
23:55 UTC

10

Did you hear about the mole who went into politics?

He got elected to the burrow council.

1 Comment
2021/04/07
23:50 UTC

7

Why shouldn’t you draw an entrepreneurial, drunken mole?

Because it’s blasphemous to depict the profit mole hammered.

1 Comment
2021/04/05
18:20 UTC

4

Why did the animal hide in his burrow all day?

He was accused of being a mole by his roommates.

Resultantly, he went to the burrow to shield himself from the chaotic yelling and multiple accusations like a real-life game of mafia where you also don’t even know whether the mafia member is actually playing the game or know if it will end

Maybe the burrow will yield a clue.

0 Comments
2021/04/01
19:18 UTC

5

Donovan wrote a song encouraging moles to seize the day

Mole-o YOLO.

0 Comments
2021/04/01
07:38 UTC

7

Who performs “This Hole Ain’t Big Enough for the Both of Us?”

Ron and Russell Mole.

0 Comments
2021/03/18
00:22 UTC

5

This is an artists rendition of my great uncle MOLEder.

0 Comments
2021/02/02
22:17 UTC

14

mole

2 Comments
2021/02/02
22:12 UTC

20

Just wait 'till you see a gummy mole

0 Comments
2021/01/14
21:25 UTC

4

Transparency Tuesday

In case you've been burrowed down in a hole somewhere (not that we could blame you!), every Tuesday here at r/MoleJokes we provide full, subreddit-wide transparency on all upvotes and downvotes. This means that for any post or comment you upvote or downvote, we ask that you comment below it with "Upvoted" or "Downvoted" respectively.

Due to popular demand, "Abstain" will be returning once again this week as an option for posts that you neither upvote nor downvote!

We at r/MoleJokes cherish transparency, and making people stand behind their voting one day of the week holds them accountable for their actions. It's easy to put someone down when you can do it anonymously, not so much when you have to pop your head out of your hole and show yourself! This has also proven to bring the community even closer together by showing camaraderie between those who upvote others. It also allows those who have been downvoted to open a respectful discussion with those who downvoted them. This is highly encouraged as we believe open communication to be an extremely important part of a well-functioning community.

Since there is no way for the mods to see who has upvoted or downvoted something, we must rely on the honor system for this to work. We know that r/MoleJokes subscribers generally have a lot of integrity and we trust that you will all do the right thing.

Transparency Tuesday officially lasts from 12AM Tuesday to 12AM Wednesday, all times Eastern.

Note: There is the potential for a never-ending cycle of commenting consisting of one party commenting "upvoted" in reply to someone else who commented "upvoted", and them in turn commenting "upvoted" beneath that comment, and so on. For this reason, it is not required to comment your voting decision underneath an "upvoted" or "downvoted" comment which was a reply to a post or comment you made. Although, as always, you may still do so if you wish. You are still required to comment your voting decision underneath an "upvoted" or "downvoted" comment which was NOT posted as a direct reply to you. This includes "upvoted" and "downvoted" comments within the comment sections of posts that you've made, as long as they aren't direct replies to you.

Users have reported that during Transparency Tuesdays their accounts have been flagged for posting "upvoted" too rapidly and their subsequent posts and comments were delayed by a few hours before appearing. For this reason we are STRONGLY ENCOURAGING people to pace themselves posting these comments, and possibly even consider limiting the amount of transparency comments that you give. If you are limiting your transparency comments, you should not limit the actual upvotes and downvotes you give, and you should also post a brief message after each of your transparency comments stating that you are limiting your comments. That being said, feel free to ask any questions you have about it in this thread. Thanks, and let's make it another great one!

–The /r/MoleJokes moderator team

2 Comments
2020/12/29
16:04 UTC

6

What did the three wise moles bring for the baby Jesus?

Mould, embanking-sense, and....

Wait for it....

WORMS!

Merry Molemas!

1 Comment
2020/12/24
09:49 UTC

2

Transparency Tuesday

In case you've been burrowed down in a hole somewhere (not that we could blame you!), every Tuesday here at r/MoleJokes we provide full, subreddit-wide transparency on all upvotes and downvotes. This means that for any post or comment you upvote or downvote, we ask that you comment below it with "Upvoted" or "Downvoted" respectively.

Due to popular demand, "Abstain" will be returning once again this week as an option for posts that you neither upvote nor downvote!

We at r/MoleJokes cherish transparency, and making people stand behind their voting one day of the week holds them accountable for their actions. It's easy to put someone down when you can do it anonymously, not so much when you have to pop your head out of your hole and show yourself! This has also proven to bring the community even closer together by showing camaraderie between those who upvote others. It also allows those who have been downvoted to open a respectful discussion with those who downvoted them. This is highly encouraged as we believe open communication to be an extremely important part of a well-functioning community.

Since there is no way for the mods to see who has upvoted or downvoted something, we must rely on the honor system for this to work. We know that r/MoleJokes subscribers generally have a lot of integrity and we trust that you will all do the right thing.

Transparency Tuesday officially lasts from 12AM Tuesday to 12AM Wednesday, all times Eastern.

Note: There is the potential for a never-ending cycle of commenting consisting of one party commenting "upvoted" in reply to someone else who commented "upvoted", and them in turn commenting "upvoted" beneath that comment, and so on. For this reason, it is not required to comment your voting decision underneath an "upvoted" or "downvoted" comment which was a reply to a post or comment you made. Although, as always, you may still do so if you wish. You are still required to comment your voting decision underneath an "upvoted" or "downvoted" comment which was NOT posted as a direct reply to you. This includes "upvoted" and "downvoted" comments within the comment sections of posts that you've made, as long as they aren't direct replies to you.

Users have reported that during Transparency Tuesdays their accounts have been flagged for posting "upvoted" too rapidly and their subsequent posts and comments were delayed by a few hours before appearing. For this reason we are STRONGLY ENCOURAGING people to pace themselves posting these comments, and possibly even consider limiting the amount of transparency comments that you give. If you are limiting your transparency comments, you should not limit the actual upvotes and downvotes you give, and you should also post a brief message after each of your transparency comments stating that you are limiting your comments. That being said, feel free to ask any questions you have about it in this thread. Thanks, and let's make it another great one!

–The /r/MoleJokes moderator team

15 Comments
2020/12/22
16:04 UTC

7

Transparency Tuesday

In case you've been burrowed down in a hole somewhere (not that we could blame you!), every Tuesday here at r/MoleJokes we provide full, subreddit-wide transparency on all upvotes and downvotes. This means that for any post or comment you upvote or downvote, we ask that you comment below it with "Upvoted" or "Downvoted" respectively.

Due to popular demand, "Abstain" will be returning once again this week as an option for posts that you neither upvote nor downvote!

We at r/MoleJokes cherish transparency, and making people stand behind their voting one day of the week holds them accountable for their actions. It's easy to put someone down when you can do it anonymously, not so much when you have to pop your head out of your hole and show yourself! This has also proven to bring the community even closer together by showing camaraderie between those who upvote others. It also allows those who have been downvoted to open a respectful discussion with those who downvoted them. This is highly encouraged as we believe open communication to be an extremely important part of a well-functioning community.

Since there is no way for the mods to see who has upvoted or downvoted something, we must rely on the honor system for this to work. We know that r/MoleJokes subscribers generally have a lot of integrity and we trust that you will all do the right thing.

Transparency Tuesday officially lasts from 12AM Tuesday to 12AM Wednesday, all times Eastern.

Note: There is the potential for a never-ending cycle of commenting consisting of one party commenting "upvoted" in reply to someone else who commented "upvoted", and them in turn commenting "upvoted" beneath that comment, and so on. For this reason, it is not required to comment your voting decision underneath an "upvoted" or "downvoted" comment which was a reply to a post or comment you made. Although, as always, you may still do so if you wish. You are still required to comment your voting decision underneath an "upvoted" or "downvoted" comment which was NOT posted as a direct reply to you. This includes "upvoted" and "downvoted" comments within the comment sections of posts that you've made, as long as they aren't direct replies to you.

Users have reported that during Transparency Tuesdays their accounts have been flagged for posting "upvoted" too rapidly and their subsequent posts and comments were delayed by a few hours before appearing. For this reason we are STRONGLY ENCOURAGING people to pace themselves posting these comments, and possibly even consider limiting the amount of transparency comments that you give. If you are limiting your transparency comments, you should not limit the actual upvotes and downvotes you give, and you should also post a brief message after each of your transparency comments stating that you are limiting your comments. That being said, feel free to ask any questions you have about it in this thread. Thanks, and let's make it another great one!

–The /r/MoleJokes moderator team

11 Comments
2020/12/15
16:04 UTC

8

What’s the difference between biological weapons and a mole’s dinner?

One’s a germ in a war, and the other’s a worm in a jaw.

1 Comment
2020/12/11
00:24 UTC

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