Crap Joke of the Day™ #37

We regret to inform you that the Crap Joke of the Day™ quality control team have today launched a stewards enquiry. This follows yesterday’s crap joke, which divided opinion.

Some crap joke fans thought the joke was really rather good. Others thought it flirted a little too closely with the ‘crap’ end of the spectrum. Many more were broadly ambivalent.

Most damningly, there was some speculation on Twitter and Facebook that the joke unfairly excluded some of our younger CJotD faithful not familiar with the work of Henry Williamson.

The enquiry will be a three day affair, and will include interviews with all members of CJotD #36’s supply chain. We will report the results within a week: rest assured, we will not stand idly by and let mediocrity infect what we stand for. We cling to our values like a shipwrecked sailor to a dingy, a killer whale to a startled seal or the UK to the Falkland Islands.

But how can we best counter the effects of yesterday’s mixed effort? Well, by following it up immediately with a new, epic Crap Joke of the Day™. We trust that today’s entry will leave you ROFL (never let it be said we don’t cater for CJotD’s younger crew, innit).

Read. Enjoy. Rate. Share.

My racing snail hadn’t been performing well, so I decided to remove its shell.
I don’t think it worked though – if anything, it’s more sluggish.

Another one of those, same time tomorrow.

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One response to “Crap Joke of the Day™ #37

  1. A marked improvement on yesterday. However, I feel there is a real lack of monkey-related jokes in your content. I know a good one…

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