Christmas bonbon jokes, 2014

Following on from jcc481’s suggestion, I am going to compile jokes from this year’s bonbons 🙂

CHristmas bonbons with paper hat and jokes

Christmas bonbons, complete with paper hat and a sheet of jokes…

I don’t promise all will be funny – but it’s a sure bet some will make you groan! However, it will be fun and all will be clean and child-friendly. So here goes…

Jokes from the bonbons…

Which composer do dogs prefer?

What do call two thieves?
A pair of knickers

What do clouds wear?

What do you call a man with a spade in his head?

What do you call a man without a spade in his head?

What do you call a penguin in the Sahara Desert?

What do hedgehogs have for lunch?
Prickled onions

How does Jack Frost get to work?
By icicle

Why did the tomato blush?
It saw the salad dressing

Why do cows lie down in the rain?
To keep each udder dry

What do you call a fish with no eyes?
A fsh

How did my friend drown in a bowl of muesli?
He was pulled in by a strong currant. 

How many animals of each species did Moses take into the ark?
None, but Noah took two of each!

How is a banana peel on the footpath like music?
If you don’t C Sharp you will B flat

* I will add more after more bonbons on Thursday!

Your turn…

There’s only so many bonbons I come across so to make a large collection of jokes, I need help! I’d love you to add any other bonbon jokes you’ve come across this year to the list by putting them in the comments below.

PLEASE make sure only family friendly jokes are included…

Birthday close to Christmas

Today is my son’s 4th birthday.

We went to the shopping centre to get some last minute things for his party, and we thought we’d stop in on Santa too. When we first arrived, Santa was having lunch, so we had a chat to his helper who takes the photos. DS happily told him it was his birthday today and showed him one of the trains he’d got as a present. We decided to come back after shopping.

When we returned, Santa was there and wished DS a very Happy Birthday, even giving him a birthday present of a bouncy ball with a Santa face in it. As usual this year, he informed Santa that he wants a turntable for Christmas, and that’s it! DS was delighted with this visit to Santa and Santa remembering his birthday too and chatted about Santa the whole way home.

DS was also pleased to tell his big brother about it – cos big brother’s birthday is in January & there’s no Santas in the shopping centres to visit then!

Church Christmas Wishes

Last year at our church, someone came up with the idea of a Christmas tree decorated in angels. Instead of buying heaps of Christmas cards for everyone, the idea was to write your Christmas message on an angel to put on the tree as a single card to the whole church community. The money saved on buying cards could then be donated to charity.

They are doing this again this year, and I think it’s a fantastic idea, one that could work in other community groups too 🙂

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