Hanging around, nothing to do but frown. Rainy days and Mondays always get me down.
For those of you who just stumbled upon here for the first time — probably because you had a crush on Karen Carpenter (me too!) — Bad Joke Monday is where we take the jokes left in the comments the previous week and illustrate them this week.
And sometimes we don’t completely suck at it. (You just never know!)
That out of the way, let’s dig into this week’s offerings and see what comes of it, shall we?
A businessman was having a tough time lugging his lumpy, oversized travel bag onto the plane.
Helped by a flight attendant, he finally managed to stuff it in the overhead bin.
“Do you always carry such heavy luggage?” she sighed.
“No more,” the man said. “Next time, I’m riding in the bag, and my partner can buy the ticket!”
Speaking of singing, Moonstone Mary always starts us off on the right note.
Here’s the joke she gave us last week:
Why was the musician arrested?
Because he was in treble.
It’s a long time to be gone. Time just rolls on and on.
But when you need a shoulder to cry on,
when you get so sick of trying,
hold on tight to your dream.
*sigh* They don’t write ’em like that anymore, do they?
And just like that, we come to our final joke. (What? Already?!)
Fact is, there were lots of comments last week, but not many jokes.
I’m thinking you guys either weren’t feeling too funny, or were giving me a break after making me draw so many the last time.
Don’t worry ’bout me
I’ll get along
Forget about me
Just be happy my love
Andrew from Andrew’s View of the Week reminds us that in the lane, the snow is glistening:
What did one snowman say to the other snowman?
“Do you smell carrots?”
With that, we come to a close on another Bad Joke Monday. Speaking of which…
Word on the street is that BJM has not been renewed for the 2021 season. (Sad, but true.)
I checked with our Production Team and sure enough, the last episode of Bad Joke Monday will air on December 28, 2020. Meaning we only have three more weeks to make it count. (So if you haven’t participated yet, now’s the time to do it!)
And just so we don’t get all maudlin about it, let’s come up with some Christmas jokes for the next two weeks.