Smorgasbord Laughter Lines – July 22nd 2021 – Hosts Debby Gies and Sally Cronin – Variety and Icelandic Nights


Welcome to the Laughter Lines where Debby shares some gems she has discovered on her travels and I air some jokes old and new.

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Now something from Sally

First Aid Course

At the weekly meeting of the Women’s Institute, one of the members was enthusing about the recent First Aid course she had attended. ‘It was a lucky thing that I went on that course,’ she said. ‘I was coming down the High Street yesterday when I heard a big crash behind me. I looked round and there was this poor chap who had been knocked down by a taxi. He was covered in blood, and he looked to have a broken and a compound fracture of the leg – and possibly a fractured skull. And then I remembered what I had learned on my First Aid course. So I bent over and put my head between my knees to stop myself from fainting.’

A magnificent Feat…

A guy came ashore outside Calais having swum the Channel in record time. There was a big crowd waiting for him and one of the Frenchmen said ‘Magnifique! You have performed a great foot!’

‘You mean feat, don’t you?’ said the swimmer.

‘Mon Dieu!’ exclaimed the Frenchman. ‘You ‘ave swum both ways?’

Quite the alibi needed.

There was a big murder trial in Iceland recently. At one point the counsel for the prosecution is alleged to have asked a witness.

‘Will you tell the court where you were on the night of 10th November to the 6th of March!’

 

Thanks for dropping in and we hope you are leaving with a smile on your face… Debby and Sally.