Thursday, March 23, 2006

Rolling in the aisles

Hmm. Anne had a joke because Sandy had a joke because Norma had a joke. I won't claim that these jokes are *up* there with theirs, but I've been wondering how to sneak in excerpts from Elaine's birthday present from her Auntie Mary, 101 Canadian Jokes. Here's my chance! Now, I have 101 jokes to choose from here, but I'll just give you a couple.

Why is snow easier to understand than any other weather?

Because you can catch the drift.

ho ho

And the one everyone's great-grandparents probably knew (you have to imagine being told this joke by a 6 year old who's never heard it before):

How do you catch a squirrel?

Climb a tree and act like a nut!

Okay, enough of that.

I am zipping through the denim jean jacket, and Arthur's orange sock in my spare time. It, of course, was meant for April, Project Spectrum's orange and yellow month, but I bet I'll finish it in April.

And we still like Auntie Mary, despite her joke book! Hey, how do you make antifreeze? Take away her housecoat! ha haha hahaha ha...

1 comment:

  1. Here's a "knitting-kids-birds-from a Canadian-living in London" joke courtesy of:

    Juju Loves Polka Dots

    Q: Why don't crows spend all their time Knitting?
    A: Because They're too busy crowchetting.

    Hee hee...hardy har


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