Sunday, 15 May 2016

JOKES




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  1. That last one is a really bad joke, the comedy eyebrows and garb ain't helping.

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    1. There are good jokes and bad jokes, Jim...and that one was a bad joke!!

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    2. I have white hair and dark eyebrows, too. It's a genetic thing and there's nothing I can do about it. Do I need a DEWH liberation group to get remarks like this stopped?

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    3. No offense meant, I've got very sparse eyebrows and no hair, just as comedic.

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    4. No Norway walker. As Jim says he meant no offence.

      It was the unpleasant Darling he was having a go at. A man who sold Scotland down the river for a blood transfusion with blue blood. And him a militant worker party man in the past.

      A Tory if ever there was one, like his mate Tory Blair.

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    5. Munguibn, Jim, on the other hand, has a full head, and indeed body, of hair both black and white.

      He says a bottle of the most expensive champagne will restore his faith in you.

      :)

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  2. Did you hear the one about John Maclean and the workers' republic?

    I hear that Davey Cameron wouldn't mind being like Panama for five minutes.

    It's the way he tells them.

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  3. Dash it Jim got there first, now the other joke, Gordon Brown, turned up to see the Flying Scotsman at North Queensferry or Port na Banrighinn as I much prefer and I am sure he hates. I loved the bit on twitter where someone said the "lying Scotsman turned up to see the Flying Scotsman. Helena

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    1. Brilliant, Helena. Anyone ask him about all those jobs the union was going to save? Specially the ones that have moved to Croydon!

      Better Together! (for Croydon).

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  4. Is that a radical friend of the workers I spy, or just another Labour gentleman in his working clothes?

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    1. It's like a kinda overall really, Iain.

      Up the workers, as they say!

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  5. Is that Nicola on the port side - you'll get there - of the Red Sea whilst the big three, Kezia, Ruth and Willie are, according to the media, waiting to devour her? In saying that, the green fish has the look of the Baillie about it. Must say I laughed out loud at Helena's 'lying Scotsman'!

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    1. Hell, I never noticed the resemblance but you're right. It's Baillie's double!

      Yep, it took some time but I got it in the end!!!

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  6. tris and nats

    Dear Alistair has clearly won in the Game Of English Gold
    wots the joke..........

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    1. He's got his wife's frock on... and the blue blood is starting to affect his colouring.

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