"I have always been a lover of blending image and word and have therefore enjoyed those silly one-liners and puns that many comedians use as the bread and butter part of their act and many children have the ability to effortlessly come out with. I include a few of my favourites below:
When I was young I tried to catch some fog,but mist.
Moses always knew how to make a good cup of tea. Hebrews it!
I stayed awake all night trying to figure it out, but it was morning before it dawned on me.
I'm reading a book about anti-gravity and I just can't put it down.
Ask any woman. PMS jokes just aren't funny. Period!
I never liked my beard until it grew on me.
When you get a bladder infection you can truly say that urine trouble.
Let's face it, broken pencils are pointless.
We have a parish priest in Haworth who always concludes his Sunday sermons with a joke that enables his weekly congregation to return home all the more cheerful for having heard it. He is a lovely, caring, sensitive and selfless man who would never take the Michael and yet he appreciates that in this often too serious world of ours that laughter must never lose its spot in the theatre of life. I won't probably be around when the day finally arrives that he draws last breath, but I'm willing to wager that any last words he has to say will make the angels laugh out loud." William Forde: November 16th, 2014.