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I asked for advice …

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… and this is what I got 



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One Liner🍦

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I managed to get an exclusive story about ice cream. It was a scoop.

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Growing Up

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My Mate Joke

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My mate was very skinny. We called him Finn.

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Bar Joke

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Two herrings walked into a bar. Well, they got kippered.

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The Scourge Of The Seas

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A Village Sunset

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Days of the Weak

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What follows Fryday? Fatterday.


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Dead Calm

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For several hours there has been almost no wind in my garden, the wind speed is effectively 0 km/h.

I think this must be quite unusual, although the Hairy Ball Theorem tells us that there must always be a point on the earth where the wind isn't blowing at any given moment.

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Viral

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Edited by Richard Walker, Sunday, 22 May 2022, 23:34

I had a nasty Gold. Azure I went. So I Blue by dose.

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A Cornish Sunset

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Lemon stampede

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Weather Report

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Two codfish walked into a bar

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Well, they got battered.

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Dad Joke

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What do you call a man wearing two raincoats?

Max.

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Probability question

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Suppose three different numbers are chosen independently at random. What is the probability that the third lies between the first two?

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The pedant’s ice cube

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A regular hexahedron of dihydrogen monoxide in the solid phase.

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Goldfinch eating forget-me-nots

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Here's a rather impressive photo my brother took.



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Knock-knock

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Knock-knock!

    Who’s there.

Cher.

    Cher who?

Cher turn to do the washing up!

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Dad Joke

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I had a fight with my decorator over the wallpaper, but I got a right pasting.

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Tom Swifty

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Not done one of these for a while.

“I’m still determined to become chief journalist on the Canine Times” said Tom doggedly.

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Pretty Moth

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This rather pretty insect perched on my mint is a Brimstone moth, one of the Geometridae, so-called because their caterpillars are inchworms that progress by 'looping'. The animal anchors its rear legs, stretches the front part of its body forward, obtains a grip with its front legs and pulls the back of its body up behind it.


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I work as a structural engineer. There’s a lot of stress in the job.

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One Liner

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The clock shop I work for asked me to stay late. I was working overtime.

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