"Made the grievous mistake of laughing at my 5yo’s joke so now I must hear that joke repeatedly until I die."
"Laughing at a child’s joke is a great way to hear that exact same joke 8,000 more times."
Think you know everything there is about "How I Met Your Mother"? To that, Barney would say, "Challenge accepted." Not too
Finally, the year's most anticipated announcement is here - UK Gold's list of the 10 best Christmas jokes. The winner was
Sadly, both Fuck0ffee and Bricklane Coffee, appear to have misunderstood the time-old saying that "any publicity is good publicity" and, in doing so, to have missed a very simple truth: If you want to stand out in London's over-saturated independent coffee market, insulting 52% of the population isn't the best way to go about it. It's bad marketing, bad PR and, worst of all? It's not even funny.
Finally, the moment we've been waiting for since last August - the funniest jokes of the Edinburgh Fringe! This year's best
Then it got a bit too educational: Some teachers made some bad jokes: It's International Joke Day! People have spent the
The genius behind this massive endeavour is Chris Morris, who orchestrated it all from his lavish secret office under BBC Broadcasting House.
If rape jokes are to be banned, why not also ban murder jokes, incest jokes, adultery jokes and jokes about travelling salesmen, mothers in law and rabbits? All were certainly offensive to the ears of pre-War BBC Radio. It is a short and slippery slope from banning jokes to burning books.
Richard Wiseman is a scientist, a thinker, a practical joker. You can tell because of the books he's written - Quirkology