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a joke... for the winter blues by Helen on 30 January 2005 9:20pm
 
What do you get from sitting on a glacier for too long?

Polaroids.
 
Re: a joke... for the winter blues by Godfather on 30 January 2005 10:30pm
 

"Why the long face?" (the Barman said to the horse)

 
Re: a joke... for the winter blues by voxpops on 31 January 2005 3:20am
 
A grasshopper goes into a bar and the bartender says, "Hey, we have a drink named after you."
The grasshopper replies, "You have a drink named Dave?"
 
Re: a joke... for the winter blues by intrepid on 31 January 2005 8:35am
 
A bear goes into a bar.
"I'd like a... Beer."
"Why the big pause?" asks the Barman.
 
Re: a joke... for the winter blues by canaveralgumby on 1 February 2005 7:52am
 
Once there was a farmer who had a three legged pig. A man from the city came to visit the farmer and saw this pig. "Farmer Ed," he asked, "why has that pig only got three legs?"

Said the farmer, "That there is one special pig. Last year when the river was floodin' and I was drownin', that pig saved my life. That's one special pig."

"Yes, that is a special pig," the man agreed, "but why does it have only three legs?"

"Well, the farmer said, "That is a very special pig. When my house was on fire, and my wife and daughter were inside, that pig saved their life. That's a special pig."

"Okay," the man replied, "So WHY has it only got three legs?"

"Well," said the farmer, "a pig that special, you just don't eat all at once."
 
Re: a joke... for the winter blues by onlyjen on 1 February 2005 7:52am
 
So there are 4 men walking down the street. Three of them walk into a bar, and the fourth one ducks.
 
Re: a joke... for the winter blues by onlyjen on 1 February 2005 7:52am
 
 
Re: a joke... for the winter blues by canaveralgumby on 1 February 2005 7:58am
 
Oooooh, that's a good one, jen. Had to think about that a few minutes!
 
Re: a joke... for the winter blues by onlyjen on 2 February 2005 8:35am
 
Thank you.
My 8 year old daughter wrote this one:
A book never written -
"How to Smell Pretty" by Eu-reek-a
 
Re: a joke... for the winter blues by Wild in Africa on 2 February 2005 2:21pm
 
An anthropologist is up the jungle in central America staying with a remote tribe. One morning he wakes up to find his most precious organ has been gnawed off. He goes to see the village elder to ask for help. The elder muses awhile and tells him. 'I think it was our sacred Jaguar that did it. Was there anything special about your organ?' Well, says the anthropologist, on a previous visit to New Guinea I had four notches cut into it (I think it was the same tribe visited by Bruce Parry!). That explains it says the elder. It must have been our Four point tool eater Jaguar then!
 
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