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British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
The famous Statesman, William Penn, had two old aunts named Natalie and Ellie who were great at baking pies. But, alas, they got greedy and raised the prices up and up till all the people in Quakertown were talking about the pie rates of Penn's aunts.
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An intrepid photographer went to a haunted castle determined to get a picture of a ghost which was said to appear only once in a hundred years. Not wanting to frighten off the ghost, the photographer sat in the dark until midnight when the apparition became visible. The ghost turned out to be friendly and consented to pose for one snapshot. The happy photographer popped a bulb into his camera and took the picture. After dashing into his studio, the photographer developed the negative and groaned. It was underexposed and completely blank. The spirit was willing, but the flash was weak.
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
We were all in a car and it wouldn't start, so I told everyone to be quiet, and then it started right up! Why??
Cause it goes without saying...
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
Denial: A river in Egypt!
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
Coincide: What you do when it starts to rain!
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
Bacteria: The rear portion of the cafeteria!
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
Acoustic: Instrument used in billiards!
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
"Who was that lady I seen you with last night?"
"You mean 'I saw.'"
"Ok, who was that eyesore I seen you with last night?"
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
Customer: I'd like a pair of stockings for my wife.
Storekeeper: Sheer?
Customer: No, she's at home.
British Humour - Jokes and Funny Stories
What do you get when you cross the Atlantic with the Titanic?
About half way.

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