Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Homeless

Man walked into the shop and, pointing in a very pompous way to the top shelf behind me, asked for some of those things to hold his washing on the line. So I took him down a peg or two.

Sorry. That joke has been following me round for a few days looking for a home and I got fed up with it.

20 comments:

Hanni said...

geesh!...hahaha

yeah i swap ya...

"what's brown and sticky?..."

St said...

The Chancellor of the Exchequer?

fotofill said...

I know my mum wants to come down to my house and dig a 5 foot hole in the garden and fill it with water. She means well.

Stewart said...

My favourite joke of this particular variety is extremely contrived:

Last night the barman in my local told me that if I could successfully jump up and tear down a couple of strips of meat that were hanging from the ceiling, my drinks would be free for the rest of the evening. However if I tried and failed, I would have to buy a round for everyone in the pub.

I thought about it, but decided the steaks were too high.

fotofill said...

I actually had to go to hospital the other days because at home these piles of books fell on top of me. I only have my shelf to blame.

fotofill said...

Actually it was my mum that was ill and I ran up to the hospital and they said do you want a stretcher I said that'll make her worse.

gone said...

crikey there all coming outa the woodwrk now huh...haha

ST, the answer is "a stick" but i like yours better guy!

be good :)

St said...

Since I seem to have convened a meeting of 'crap jokers anonymous' what's the most common sort of owl in Britain?

A teat

fotofill said...

When I left home my mum said to be don't forget to write. I said I won't its a basic skill

fotofill said...

"me" not "be" how ironic.

Hanni said...

ok so i dont like get that one ST!

St said...

So, Hanni, knowing the answer was a stick and the joke was very old I thought I'd try for another punchline, and seeing as how the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown is in a bit of a sticky place at the moment I chose his name. Are you, by any chance, blond?

St said...

And it's St not ST. OK?

Hanni said...

HAHAHA...

well yes i am blonde St (well fair to be exact) but in my defence you're mixing me up with the bottle blonde types;)

You know i meant the owl joke right?

Ugh...guys!

St said...

Hanni, sorry for not understanding which joke you didn't understand.

Try saying 'teat' aloud followed by the word 'owl'.

If that still doesn't work do it standing in the kitchen.

Hanni said...

ugh

i need help...lol

St said...

After doing the washing up do you dry the dishes? What do you use for that?

Matthew McMurray said...

I'd put a joke but I only know rude ones.

Mike said...

Does owning a PDA make it easier to palm things off on people?

Hanni said...

hahahaha....NOOO i dint mean i need help still!!!

LOL

gah, i meant i need help because i got it FINALLY and it was sooo obvious.

I need some basic communications skills LOL