"Many years later, as he faced the firing squad, Colonel Aureliano Buendia was to remember that distant afternoon when his father took him to discover ice."
Gabriel Garcia Marquez: "One Hundred Years of Solitude"
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View my previous blog here: http://bazzablog-uk.blogspot.com
I reply to all comments except spam, no matter how old!
Please ignore any email address displayed here! My email is shamp123 AT sky.com
Here are some more of the laughs I have published on my Facebook page:
Hello Bazza, Some of these are a little risqué for you! I kind of like the "kids" one!--Jim
Jim: Yes, they are from another side of my output! I like to laugh; in my book risqué is OK but not obscenity. I hope no offence has been rendered...
Joe and I are coming up to our 50th wedding anniversary, and so that is the funniest joke there. The more serious aspect is that Joe was always teetotal and had no idea that his male friends put vodka in his engagement party drinks. He was as drunk as a skunk at the party :(
Hi Bazza - they are certainly fun to read - or put me off completely - because they're 'so wrong' ... enjoyed reading them though ... take care - Hilary
That was fun. We all need a reason to smile more.
Hels: Congratulations. That is a rare event these days! Some people are very funny with a little alcohol - others become morose so it's dangerous thing to do.When we were newly-weds, at an evening in at a friends, the hostess pot some pot in chocolate brownies - that's a night we'll never forget!
Hilary: I think humour only works when it's 'wrong'. It's the unexpected twist that makes us laugh. The final one, although a bit 'rude' was actually told by Victoria Wood on TV!
Arleen: I absolutely agree and I laugh a lot in my FB group and on my own page!
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