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Apr 16, 2021 11:31 as a reply to  @ post 19223670 |  #9976

With all those other veggies, a courgette might get squashed :eek:


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Apr 16, 2021 11:33 |  #9977

And weirdly , they are pump kin.

Relatively speaking.


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Apr 16, 2021 17:09 |  #9978

Just a thought, but why, when the NHS were/are working their knuts off trying desperately to stop everyone getting this covid thing, did everyone in the country want to give them the clap?


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Apr 16, 2021 17:10 |  #9979

NixEre wrote in post #19223672 (external link)
With all those other veggies, a courgette might get squashed :eek:

That would be quite melon-collie wouldn't it? :rolleyes:


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Apr 17, 2021 01:51 as a reply to  @ Jonzjob's post |  #9980

Just pipped me to the post there...

Must be a seedy character!


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Apr 21, 2021 16:51 |  #9981


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I'm just wondering how the children appeared -?-?

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Apr 22, 2021 01:06 |  #9982

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I'm just wondering how the children appeared -?-?

The stork brought them as ever!


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Apr 22, 2021 02:59 |  #9983

No,I think that was jus-tork, you know, rumour :rolleyes:


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Apr 22, 2021 07:21 |  #9984

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No,I think that was jus-tork, you know, rumour :rolleyes:

Is jus the brother of Peter, or are you Monkeying around?


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Apr 24, 2021 10:52 |  #9985

Enginuity

A monkey was sitting in a tree eating some fruit and being a clever monkey he thought that this was messy. So he got a piece of wood and made it into a tool that could slice his fruit.
However when he sliced up his fruit he still had to pick it up with his fingers which made them all sticky. So being a clever monkey he made a tool with four points so that he could eat in a state of cleanliness. Then for many a day he sat in the trees eating his fruit with his one point tool and his four point tool as happy as Larry.
Then one morning he awoke to find his four point tool was missing. The monkey was bereft and went on a search. He asked a lion who said he had not seen it. He asked a giraffe who said he had not seen it. He asked a herd of gnus who shook their heads sadly and told him sorry there had been no sign. And then he bumped into a jaguar and asked 'have you seen my four point tool?' 'Yes' said the jaguar. 'Oh thank goodness' said the monkey, Where is it?' 'I ate it', the jaguar replied.
The monkey was really angry and shouted 'what the heck!' and was answered with "but I'm a four-point-tool-eater jaguar."


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Apr 24, 2021 10:53 |  #9986

And a little something to make your weekend brighter

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May 03, 2021 07:54 |  #9988

Prosecutor: Did you hit that man in the face with your fist?

Defendant: No.

Prosecutor: Sir, you’re under oath, do you know the penalty for perjury?

Defendant: It’s less than aggravated assault.




  
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May 04, 2021 10:43 |  #9990

A new-to-me "May the Fourth" joke that made me laugh -

What goes "Ha ha ha ha ha AAAARRGH Thump!"
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A stormtrooper that laughed at Darth Vader.


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