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Two jokes but whats missing?

stevegreen

Distinguished Member
Bloke walks into a bakers and after looking at the wares on display asks:

'Is that a donut or a meringue'

Chap behind the counter replies.........No, it's a donut.


Whats the difference between Bing Crosby and Walt Disney

Bing sings and Walt Disney.


Both brilliant jokes...........but whats missing??
 

Ed Selley

Hi-Fi Editor
Question marks?
 

MarkR

Prominent Member
Bloke walks into a bakers and after looking at the wares on display asks:

'Is that a donut or a meringue'

Chap behind the counter replies no you were right first time it's a donut.


Whats the difference between Bing Crosby and Walt Disney

Bing sings but Walt dis'nay.

????????
 

Beobloke

Established Member
stevegreen said:
Bloke walks into a bakers and after looking at the wares on display asks:

'Is that a donut or a meringue'

Chap behind the counter replies.........No, it's a donut.


Whats the difference between Bing Crosby and Walt Disney

Bing sings and Walt Disney.


Both brilliant jokes...........but whats missing??

the 'u', 'g' and 'h' from "doughnut"??

Single inverted commas used for speech rather than double??

Apostrophes??

:devil:
 

Mr Cat

Banned
whats missing..?

laughter by the audience..?
 

NicolasB

Distinguished Member
Guy checks into a hotel. Lady behind the desk asks:
"D'you wannae be called in the morning?
"Oh, yes please!"
"Then leave the windae open."


Chap chaps at the door. Chap answers the door. First chap says to the second chap:
"Is your granny in?"
"No, she's at Arbroath."
"Oh, I'll wait till she's feenished."


Young man and a woman on the dance floor.
Him: "Ya know, you're wan in a mull-yun."
Her: "So's yoor chances!"


(Don't ask me why that last one works better with a scottish accent, but it definitely does!)
 

Miyazaki

Distinguished Member
Neither do I! :(

I spose we're thick! :D
 

stevegreen

Distinguished Member
:D Say them in a overly strong Scottish accent and 'a meringue' sounds like 'am I wrong?' and Disney like 'does nay' (doesn't)

These jokes were told on Sunday at a rather drunken christening (i was sober.......driving :rolleyes: ) by a true Scotsman who arrived in a kilt :smashin: The father is Scottish and lots of the family were there. It was hailed as the funniest joke the father had ever heard, but he was rather worse for wear :laugh:
 

Miyazaki

Distinguished Member
:rotfl:

I like that joke now! :thumbsup:
 

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