Saturday, December 29, 2012

Saturday Jokes: more for Christmas, from England!

Joseph from Zombie Parent's Guide writes:
Can I submit some jokes for your Saturday posting? We had Christmas crackers again this year, which is a British tradition. The cracker is a cardboard tube that two people pull apart from either end. When the tube breaks a little firecracker goes off, hence the name "cracker." The tube also has some prizes and a joke. Here's the best of the jokes from our crackers this year, though you have to remember your UK vocabulary (like football = soccer)...
And of course I can't wait to see and share these jokes! So here we go!
What goes: now you see me, now you don't, now you see me, now you don't?
A snowman on a zebra crossing!

What's an ig?
An eskimo house without a loo!

What's the difference between the Christmas alphabet and the ordinary alphabet?
The Christmas alphabet has Noel!

Why was Cinderella such a poor football player?
She kept running away from the ball!

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