If you missed the earlier "Answerathon" thing, you can read about it here.
Welcome to the first-ever Mi Yodeya Joke-a-thon!
The goal here is to post as many funny jokes as possible and get your answers upvoted (i.e. a net +1). Once the contest starts, you must post every day1 and get an upvote within 24 hours of posting to remain in the contest.2 Once all but one person is knocked out, the contest is over!
What’s the prize for playing, you ask? Nothing.3
How do you play? All you have to do is find a question from this list and post an answer containing a joke that practitioners of Judaism, broadly speaking, will be particularly likely to get or enjoy. Nothing mean or inappropriate. Any remotely Jewish (or Mi Yodeya) connection is sufficient. If a post makes you smile, upvote it. Don't think hard about it. Just notice if you actually physically smiled, and if you did, you know what to do. (Hint: click the up arrow.) If you have no mouth, you are exempt. (See? That's a smile! Now upvote this post. Now. Don't think. Just click.)
On each day of the competition, someone will append a line to the accepted answer on this thread with the date on it. Once you’ve gotten an upvote on an answer, add your name to the end of that line with a link to your answer.
The competition will start immediately though due to lack of prior advertising [and the fundamental connection between the days of Rosh Chodesh] the first "day" will run for Thursday, Friday and Saturday UTC this week only.
This is a place for unstructured humor that doesn't fit into the normal Q&A of the PTIJ policy, but that you still want to share with fellow Yodeyans. Feel free to post funny things even after you've been eliminated.
1”Day” starting and ending at midnight UTC.
2Friday and Saturday are counted as one day, and, by extension, any answers posted on Friday get 48 hours rather than 24 to get an upvote.
3What’s the prize for winning, you ask? Still nothing.