Economy Jokes

Another week, another request for a topic.  Well, sort of.  Heidi and I were discussing the pros and cons of quantitative easing recently, and that seemed as good as any, so here are some economy jokes.  Of course, of all the revelations you might find here, originality and funniness are unlikely to be among them. […]

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Evesham Abbey

Evesham Abbey

I wrote recently about the 750th anniversary of Simon de Montfort’s great Parliament at Westminster, and to mark that event, I went along to the Worcestershire town of Evesham where de Montfort, the former ruler of England, is buried at Evesham Abbey. Evesham Abbey was founded by St Egwin around 700AD, with the legend being […]

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Bike Jokes

Motorcycle display team

There seem to be even more people than normal out on bikes at the moment, as no doubt New Year resolutions for many include getting fit, and I’m sure there were plenty of new bicycles that arrived as Christmas presents in December, so this week the one liners and puns take the form of bike […]

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The Giant’s Causeway

The Giant's Causeway

The Giant’s Causeway is one of the most famous natural landmarks in Northern Ireland, with the hexagonal basalt columns looking curiously man made, and giving rise to the legend that provides the name of the rock formation.  The story goes that Finn MacCool, a local giant, built the causeway to meet Benandonner, a giant in […]

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Road Jokes

The Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland

Welcome to 2015.  My first page of one liners this year is about road jokes, possibly because of my six hour drive earlier this week after a Christmas holiday visit.  As normal, don’t expect these to be particularly original or funny…   I know someone in a band called White Line. They’re very middle of […]

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