Saturday, 1 March 2014

March Giggle Blog!



Just two little giggles from me this month!

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Beloved: The cats knocked one of your plants off the windowsill this morning.

Me (looking at line of leafy plants): Which one.

Beloved: The green one.

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Next giggle also provided by Beloved, only this time wearing his Grandad hat.

Grandad:  Why have elephants got big ears?

Grandson: I don’t know. Why have elephants got big ears?

Grandad: Because Noddy wouldn’t pay the ransom.

Pause.

Grandson: Who’s Noddy?

Lovely Susan Jane Jones started the monthly giggle blogs – you can read hers here. We gigglers are growing in number – please join us!


Happy March.


29 comments:

  1. Oh, yes they're funny. The green one. So helpful. And who's noddy? Time to get your story books out Teresa. Mind you, perhaps not. The children's page People's Friend stories are better. Thanks for the giggles.xx

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    1. He did put it back in the pot bless him and it's still alive touch wood x

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  2. Lovely! But I couldn't stand Noddy. I thought there was something rather sinister about him. I prefer the Flower Pot Men.

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    1. Oh yes, I liked Bill and Ben too! x

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  3. What do you call a donkey with 3 legs?

    A wonkey.

    Well, it makes me giggle.

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    1. Made me giggle too, Patsy. Here's one for you:

      What do you call a fly without any wings?

      A walk!

      I'll get me coat x

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  4. The green one! LOL!! And am I showing my age with Noddy!? LOL! Take care
    x

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    1. Noo you're not showing your age. I'm pretty sure they made a new series of Noddy in the last few years x

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  5. Loved them. Thank you for the giggles. I loved Noddy!! :o) xx

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    1. I think I liked Big Ears best so it's a shame the elephants have got him really x

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  6. Loved them! Hats off to Beloved/Grandad!

    My giggle.
    (After we had been to the SeaWorld Centre)
    Me: What was your favourite fish, Corey?
    Corey (my grandson): Fishfingers!

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    1. Ha ha - fishfingers - I love it, Caroline! x

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  7. Hey Teresa,

    I love lateral thinking. Oh great, now I got that Noddy song rattling around in my head! Help me! LOL

    Gary :) x

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  8. Brilliant! Love the noddy one with Grandad.

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    1. We had another Noddy moment yesterday. I have a feeling we'll have quite a few x

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  9. I like the giggle theme Teresa and have been across to Susan's blog too. We had egg cups in the form of Noddy, Big Ears and Mr Plod. I had Noddy. I just loved to say my sister had Big Ears :-)
    Giggles a-plenty here this morning - looking after grandson (3 next month) who keeps dragging me from my desk because "there is a fire alarm". He has set up a desk in the other room and I have to be quiet because he needs to have a talk with Teddy. He is also into Maths but has got a little mixed up and began talking about potatoes to his mum the other day (Got muddled between mash and maths) Don't you love 'em? :-)

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    1. Love it, Debbie - Big Ears! I can just imagine.
      My littlest grandson (who is just 3) has pieces of paper which he puts in the shredder (turned off of course), then whips out like on Fireman Sam and says they're his emergencies! Lovely age x

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  10. Wonderful! put a smile on my face, Teresa. Makes me feel old knowing both the joke and who Noddy is :-)

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    1. Noddy was resurrected, Paula so you could pretend you know him from second time around x

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  11. Well that put a smile on my face :o)

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  12. Loved your short story collection, The Painting, by the way!

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    1. That is so lovely of you to say, Karen, thank you - and thank you for the lovely review too. I've only just seen it and you put a big smile on my face xx

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  13. Have loved the posts this week, Teresa. :-) Am very partial to the giggle jokes, the sillier the better! I'm the one who always gets the groans at the dinner table at Christmas when I can't stop reading the Christmas cracker jokes out loud..... and then of, course there are the Tommy Cooper jokes!!

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  14. Glad you enjoyed the giggles. Smiling just thinking about Tommy Cooper x

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