hohoho with Santa!

I have some more Santa jokes to tell you…White bearded Santa looking in his sack


Where does Santa stay when he’s on holidays?

At a ho-ho-hotel of course!

What does Santa put on his toast?

Jingle Jam

Why does Santa have a white beard?

So he can hide in the North Pole!

Santa doing maths…

Santa’s teacher asked “Why are you lying on the floor to do your maths work?”

Santa answered “because you said to do the problems without our tables!”

I told my teacher this one and she didn’t laugh but I think its funny!

Santa staring at a blackbaord to do a math problem

Santa thinking about a maths problem…


*Images courtesy of 123RF

Acacia Ridge Lights?

We’re going to be staying with friends of friends in Acacia Ridge (Brisbane, Queensland) in December.  Does anyone know of some Christmas lights in that area we could see while we’re there? Or other Christmas related treats?

Get your tongue around…

… some Christmas tonguetwisters!

Can you say these 3 or 5 times really fast? And still be understood!

Santa’s sister Samantha sits sedately in the shiny sleigh.

Cathy craves Christmas cake covered in custard.

Elves enjoy entertaining and emptying elegant envelopes.

Penny’s pleased with piles of presents.

Have fun!

Twas the night before Christmas humour…

T’was the night before Christmas and all through the house,
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care.
They’d been worn all week and needed the air.

Santa jokes…

What smells most in a chimney?

Santa’s nose

What’s red & white, red & white, red & white?

Santa rolling down a hill!



Santa laughing and waving

Hohoho – Santa loves a good joke and a good laugh!

A hanging Christmas tree

We had our break up at the scout hall last night – Santa came, we played games, we ate food and we had lots of fun. Some kids even got badges and awards.

The hall was decorated with paper chains, balloons and pictures of Santa. Best of all was a tall Christmas tree near one corner, with a basket of presents from Santa. But the tree didn’t touch the ground!

The tree was hung from the roof on a rope so it swings – can’t knock it over that way I guess, and it does get a few knocks with 60 or so kids running around. I don’t know how’s its made – its sort of spirally and then has decorations hanging on it. I think its pretty old, too.

Oh, and thanks for my present Santa!

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