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British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
Saliva drools O.K.
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
Postman: Is this letter for you? The name is smudged.
Man: No, it can't be for me, my name is Smith.
Submitted by: Joe
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
Avenue Road
What's wrong with the old one?
Submitted by: Joe
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
Villager: It was 'ere that Catherine of aragon was bitten by a mad dog.
Tourist: Tudor?
Villager: Yes, chewed 'er something 'orrible it did.
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
Old Lady: Do you always play by ear?
Street Musician: Yes, lady, 'ere or 'ereabouts.
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
What is white and furry and smells of peppermint?
A polo bear.
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
There has been a theft at Euro Disney. A man has been charged with taking the Mickey.
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
Honk your horn if you love peace and quiet.
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
A woman goes into an antique shop and says to the owner, "when I was in here last week I saw a big mug with a flat head that holds a lot of beer. I'd like to buy it."
"Sorry," replied the owner, but I can't sell you that."
"Why not asked the customer?"
"Because that's my husband."
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
Who appears in cowboy films and is always broke?
Skint Eastwood.

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