Driving with a banjo

There can be only three or four legitimate banjo jokes possible, right? There’s the one about the banjo player’s Porsche, there’s the one about perfect pitch . . .

Somebody was really ticketed for driving while strumming a banjo and singing into a cell phone? Read the story at The Bluegrass Blog, and be sure to catch the definition of “reckless.”

Tip of the old scrub brush to a perplexed NYC Educator.

2 Responses to Driving with a banjo

  1. Jason says:

    It takes a village to tune a banjo!
    I have no idea why I decided to pick up both the accordion and banjo. Maybe I’m drawn to the musical underdogs.


  2. Mark Olson says:

    I suppose the accordion joke could be translated to the banjo?

    The one where there’s the guy who’s been traveling for years all over the country with his accordion. He parks at a diner and is eating when suddenly, aghast, he realizes that he’s left his car, with accordion unlocked. He leaps up and dashes out, and realizes his worst fear has come to pass. Inside his car, there are now … two accordions.


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