If you follow me on Twitter and Facebook you will know I have been posting a bunch of silly jokes and pictures about the festive season. This has prompted a flurry of jokes from friends so it seems appropriate to put them here this Friday as in one week’s time, all this festive fun will be over. (Much to Mr Grumpy’s delight.)
Your collection today comes from Cassie, Tom and Katie (owner of Bert the parrot). Thank you all:
At a monastery high in the mountains, the monks have a rigid vow of silence. Only at Christmas, and only by one monk, and only with one sentence, is the vow allowed to be broken.
One Christmas, Brother Thomas is allowed to speak and he says, “I like the mashed potatoes we have with the Christmas turkey!” and he sits down. Silence ensues for 365 days.
The next Christmas, Brother Michael gets his turn, and he says “I think the mashed potatoes are lumpy and I hate them!”
Once again, silence for an entire year. The following Christmas, Brother Paul rises and says, “I am fed up with this constant bickering!”
Q: What do you call Frosty the Snowman in May?
A: A puddle!
Rabbit up carefully, it’s a present!
What do you call a kid who doesn’t believe in Santa?
A rebel without a Claus.
Oakham all ye faithful…
It’s a romantic full moon, when Pedro said, “Hey, mamacita, let’s do Weeweechu.”
Oh no, not now, let’s look at the moon!” said Rosita.
Oh, c’mon baby, let’s you and I do Weeweechu. I love you and it’s the perfect time,” Pedro begged.
“But I wanna just hold your hand and watch the moon.” replied Rosita.
Please, corazoncito, just once, do Weeweechu with me.”
Rosita looked at Pedro and said, “OK, one time, we’ll do Weeweechu.”
Pedro grabbed his guitar and they both sang …
“Weeweechu a Merry Christmas, Weeweechu a Merry Christmas, Weeweechu a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year.”
I am going offline now until after Christmas so let me wish you all a happy festive season and thank you for following this blog all year. I hope I have provided you with a few smiles and look forward to entertaining you all again this coming year.