Top 10 jokes of the 2023 Fringe

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Top 10 jokes of the 2023 Fringe

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To be honest, I'm not impressed...
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HansV wrote:
22 Aug 2023, 10:50
To be honest, I'm not impressed...
"Well I'm sorry, but I don't apologise" :laugh: :rofl:
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Do I detect collusion here?
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PaulB wrote:
22 Aug 2023, 15:56
Do I detect collusion here?
Not at all. That would be cheating :groan:
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Meanwhile, an old one, from Billy Connolly:
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So have you heard about the oyster who went to a club and pulled a mussel?
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John Gray wrote:
22 Aug 2023, 17:40
There's even one about Hans! :flee:
Well spotted that cheetah man.
PD I didn't know that cheetahs had flees :scratch:
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HansV wrote:
22 Aug 2023, 10:50
To be honest, I'm not impressed...
No. 8 made me smile!
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No. 9 caused a small smile ...
We were visiting Edinburgh just prior to the 'Fringe'. Wall to wall people.
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RonH wrote:
23 Aug 2023, 05:45
No. 9 caused a small smile ...
We were visiting Edinburgh just prior to the 'Fringe'. Wall to wall people.
I wish I'd never opened this topic. I have to keep returning to the list to see what 'Number 9" is, what "Number 8" is.
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