What do you call a Rootwalker Corsair?
Q: Why do Dwarves have beards?
A: To counterbalance their back hair.
Q: Why do Dwarves have such large nostrils?
A: Have you seen the side of their fingers?
Q: How do you know a Pech has robbed your house?
A: Only the bottom shelves are empty.
Q: How many Drow does it take to change a light bulb?
A: None; they'd rather sulk in the dark.
Q: How many Half-Elves does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Just the one - surprisingly, they are good for something...
Q: Why do Human men have no problem with marrying Elven women?
A: Because he'll be long dead before she turns into her mother.
There were three adventurers lost in the jungle; a human, an elf and a pech. Soon, they were captured by the local tribe of cannibals, and the cannibal queen told them that they could only be allowed to live if they passed a trial of bravery. The first step of the trial was to go into the forest and collect ten pieces of the same kind of fruit, so the pech, the human and the elf all headed out to gather some.
The elf comes back to the queen with ten apples, and she explains to him that he must shove the fruits up his ass without any expression on his face - if he fails, he'll be eaten. He managed one apple, but on the second one he winces in pain. He is killed and goes on to the great beyond.
The human arrives with ten berries. When the queen explains the trial to him, he grins smugly. He gets eight up there, but on the ninth berry he starts laughing hysterically. He is killed and thrown in the cooking pot. The elf and the human meet in the great beyond, and the elf asks "Why did you laugh?! You almost got away with it!" The human replies "I know, but I couldn't help it. I saw the halfling walking into the camp carrying pineapples..."