Willie Nelson Telling Dirty Jokes For His ‘Willie’s Roadhouse’ SiriusXM Channel Is The Funniest Thing You’ll Watch Today

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If the whole music thing didn’t work out, Willie Nelson might’ve had a career in comedy.

In addition to staying on the road touring still at 90-years young, he keeps busy with plenty of other endeavors like his marijuana company Willie’s Reserve, and he has his own radio channel called Willie’s Roadhouse on SiriusXM, which is easily one of my favorites.

And back in 2012, Willie was being interview for the channel by radio personality Johnny Knoxville for a Town Hall-style segment, where he asked Willie if he had any good jokes he could share both on air and with their live audience, and of course, the red headed stranger delivered, joking with everyone:

“Like drunk jokes?”

He told several and just started rattling them off, but the best one came at the end and it goes like this:

“It was Christmastime, and the doorbell rang and the lady went to the door and the postman was there. And she said, ‘Come in, John, Merry Christmas.’

She led him into the back room and screwed his brains out, brought him back out, fixed him a big breakfast of ham and eggs, biscuits and gravy and then walked him to the door and handed him a dollar and said, ‘Merry Christmas.’

And the guy said, ‘What just happened, lady?’ She said, ‘I asked my husband what to give you for Christmas, he said ‘F*ck him, give him $1.’ She said, ‘The breakfast was my idea.'”

I actually laughed out loud myself, and while Willie was known for his very unique timing and phrasing in terms of his singing style, it was impeccably perfect and I think translated into many different aspects of his life.

Johnny also informed Willie and the audience that that segment had been tagged for the radio listeners like so:

“That was tagged with, ‘Breakfast was my idea,’ I don’t know if you caught that.”


You can watch Willie tell all of the jokes in the video below, and I’d highly recommend it if you need a good laugh on this Tuesday afternoon:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock