Crap Joke of the Day™ – Easter Sunday edition

Happy Easter, fellow crap joke fans. You’re bearing witness to a world first: a special Easter Sunday edition Crap Joke of the Day™ .

Of course CJotD isn’t a Christian organisation – we have no religious affiliation. We extend our best wishes to all peoples of the world. Our diversity policy ensures that whatever god you believe in – or even if you don’t believe in a god – you still have fair and equal access to god-awful jokes.

Needless to say, we still wanted to make this Easter special. So we reformed the famous CJotD choir (2009 and 2010 winners of the ‘Musical Ensemble of the Year’ prize at the annual Is that Funny? awards) and sent them out into the community.

Twelve of the finest altos, sopranos and baritones we could find amongst the CJotD staff (the research team were somewhat over-represented) toured central London, singing uplifting hymns in honour of this glorious day. In a typically spectacular twist, each hymn was punctuated with an extra two lines: a classic but tasteful crap joke put to organ music.

In our biased eyes, this is what makes CJotD special. We don’t just tell bad jokes: we try to innovate, to push the boundaries. And we will do so again, right here, right now, with the first ever Sunday posting.

Today’s has an inevitable Easter theme and – even more remarkably – there’s are three joyous two-liners included. Go on, tell one at the dinner table this afternoon (remembering to appropriately credit CJotD, obviously). Enjoy.

How does the Easter bunny stay fit?
Egg-xercise and hare-robics.

Did you hear about the disgruntled rabbits that marched in a long and sweltering Easter parade?
They were hot cross bunnies.

Q. Why was the Easter bunny so upset?
A: He was having a bad hare day.

Another one of those, at Easter next year.

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2 responses to “Crap Joke of the Day™ – Easter Sunday edition

  1. Pingback: Crap Joke of the Day™ #70 | Crap Joke of the Day™

  2. Or indeed, what do you call a line of Rabbits hopping backwards? A receding hare line…

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