Last Updated: Jun 29,2016
To get a piece of Apple's pie!
Fill in your joke ending...
Why didn't the iPhone user cross the road?
The road was rejected from the app store.
I know. It's not really a joke, but it makes me smile.
Because it was free to do as it pleased
to get to the other side,... (dorky)
because it's D**k was stuck in the chicken?
Why did the Android cross the road... whilst playing a game?
Because is not an iPhone.
Because he didn't have to pay 99 cents to do so...
To get away from the travesty that is called Apple.
Might not make you laugh but it did for me
Because Wertago said there was a kickin' party over there.
Duh, to get away from the Zombies on the radar!
Why did the Droid cross the road ?
-To show the iphone how to do it.
-Because he could without dropping the call.
To eat an apple....
<---- See left
It didn't....it just made the road cross under it....it's just that damn good
Payback....because the road crossed it first!
Because it can
(or Because it does, "Droid Does")
To prove to the iPhone it could be done and the WinMo phone, the blackberry phone, the dumb phone and etc etc.
To show everyone that it could do it better than the iPhone.
To tell more people about it's OS!
To prove its navigation feature works!
To throw its iPod in the trash.
In the spirit of Tommy Chong (from Cheech & Chong or That 70's Show, depending on your age): To mess with your mind, man! The government says the Android doesn't exist, but, man, I've seen it, and it'll blow you away, man.
Why did the Android cross the playground?
To get to the other slide.
Just read that on a Laffy Taffy wrapper
"Why did the Android cross the road?"
To ban you for not sharing the Laffy Taffy!
Sorry for the game crossover.
It was chocolate too!
I'd never had chocolate LT, but it was good.
Now, 5 days later, I'm thinking I need to go to the candy store!
So ban you for reminding me how good it was.
Oh wait, that post should go somewhere else.
because it was escaping the murder it committed on apple after dosing down the evidence in oxyclean.
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