BLOGMAS (day 21)

I spent most of today Bag Packing and will be doing so again tomorrow, so to help keep spirits up here are a few christmas jokes.

A definition of Christmas
when everyone gets Santa-mental

What’s red, white and blue at Christmas time?
a sad candy cane

Why was the Christmas tree not feeling well?
it had tinsel-itus

What key does everyone have at Christmas?

Why is it so cold at Christmas?
because it’s Decembrrrrr

What’s a monkeys favourite Christmas song?
jungle bells

BLOGMAS (day 19)

Todays blog is going to be some more cheesy jokes.

Q: A guy drove past me in his car and threw a lump of cheddar at me.

A: I thought to myself ‘That’s mature’

Q: Why was the cheesemonger lopsided?

A: Because she only had one Stilton

Q: Why can’t you make clothes out of cheese?

A: Because fromage frays

Q: WHat’s a pirates favourite cheese?


Q: What’s the most religious cheese?

A: Swiss, because it’s holy

Q: How do you get a mouse to smile?

A: Say Cheese

Q: What did the cheese salesman say?

A: That cheese may be Gouda, but this one is Feta!

Q: What do you call cheese that’s sad?

A: Blue cheese

Q: When shouldn’t you believe what your cheese is saying to you?

A: When it is too Gouda to be true

Q: What can you do with a cheesy credit card?

A: Go on a shopping brie

Q: Why don’t cheese fans care about their finances?

A: because the best things in life are brie

BLOGMAS (day 11)

In honour of todays BLOGMAS, I am going to tell you a few of my favourite cheese jokes. A few of them are from Dad84s cheese advent calendar. Most of the jokes are pretty cheesy.

Q: What did the cheese say to itself in the mirror?

A: Halloumi

Q: Did you hear about the fire at the cheese factory?

A: There was lots of de Brie

Q: Which hotel do mice stay in?

A: The Stilton

Q: Which cheese would you use to coax a bear down a tree?

A: Camembert

Q: What cheese do you use to disguise a horse?

A: Mascarpone

Q: Which cheeses is used to surround a Medival Castle?

A: Moatzerella

Q: How do you handel a dangerous cheese?

A: Caerphilly