These funny Rodney Dangerfield jokes and one-liners are some of the comedian's best material. I stuck my head out the window and got arrested for mooning!
We put together this collection of classic and hilarious Rodney Dangerfield jokes to honor the late comedian, who is one of the best of all-time. " I said, "Yeah." She said, "I'm not Louise." [/Quote] [Quote] I asked her if she enjoys a cigarette after sex. [/Quote] [Quote] I was making love to this girl and she started crying. My father carries around the picture of the kid who came with his wallet. On Halloween, the parents send their kids out looking like me.
[Quote] I tell ya, my wife, we get along good cause we have our own arrangement. [/Quote] [Quote] I stuck my head out the window and got arrested for mooning! [/Quote] [Quote] I went to the doctor because I'd swallowed a bottle of sleeping pills.
I mean, one night a week I go out with the boys and one night a week, she goes out with the boys. Well, there was one Christmas, on our front lawn - Prancer and Dancer - they dropped off a little something. My father carries around the picture of the kid who came with his wallet. [/Quote] [Quote] On Halloween, the parents send their kids out looking like me. [/Quote] [Quote] Well with girls I don't get no respect. My doctor told me to have a few drinks and get some rest.
He had a real eye for spotting comedic talent, and he put it to good use for several decades.
Some of these funny Rodney Dangerfield quotes are from HBO special's at Dangerfield's comedy club, and are jokes from some of his vest comedic performances over the years.
His constant state of "getting no respect" ignited some of the world's greatest on-liners.What's funny about Rodney Dangerfield was that he was the opposite of his on-stage persona.While he said hilarious things such as "My wife met me at the front door the other night wearing a sexy negligee.He would later say that his father "was never home — he was out looking to make other kids," and that his mother "brought him up all wrong." As a teenager, he got his start writing jokes for standup comics; he became one himself at 19 under the name Jack Roy.He struggled financially for nine years, at one point performing as a singing waiter (he was fired), and also working as a performing acrobatic diver before giving up show business to take a job selling aluminum siding to support his wife and family.