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21st December 2012 at 00:00

Worst Christmas cracker jokes

Q: What do you call Santa's little helpers?

A: Subordinate clauses.


Q: Why do penguins jump up and down when they meet each other?

A: To break the ice.


Q: Why should you make sure you have Babybels at Christmas?

A: It's all about baby cheeses.


Q: Why do Santa's reindeer have blinkers?

A: He heard they wanted eye pads.


Q: What did one snowman say to another?

A: Can you smell carrots?


Q: What is green and yellow, smells and goes up and down?

A: A frog in a lift eating extra strong cheese.


Q: What's left when a hurricane hits a cheese factory?

A: A pile of de-brie.


A frog with a Christmas party hat on walked into a bar... fortunately he wasn't hurt.


Q: Where does Santa get his mobile phone software?

A: App Land.


A penguin is driving along, eating an ice cream, when his car starts making a funny noise. He decides to stop off at the local garage. The polar bear mechanic lifts the bonnet, pokes around, then shakes his head while sucking in air through his teeth. Looking up at the driver he says: "Looks like you've blown a seal, mate." "Nah," says the penguin. "I've been eating ice cream."


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