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Air Soul
9th Apr 2005, 09:47
What's better than roses on your piano?

Tulips on your organ....

9th Apr 2005, 12:40
Quite possibly the worst joke I've ever heard. :sad:

Onan the Clumsy
9th Apr 2005, 13:00
It doesn't make sense either.

I mean I could see it if it was "two lips" instead of "tulips" and if you used organ to mean penis instead of a musical instrument which was suggested by the use of the word "piano".

But then again I actually like roses. Some, like the Jacob's Coat have a wonderful fragrance, a charming blend of yellow and crimson and are remarkably disease tollerant.

I don't have a piano though.

9th Apr 2005, 13:15
ah, but do you have an organ?


Onan the Clumsy
9th Apr 2005, 13:49
Actually yes. Mine is one of those massive old fashioned types that rise and fall. Often seen at the cinema.

9th Apr 2005, 13:51
often seen at the cinema

What kind is that then? :confused:

Solid Rust Twotter
9th Apr 2005, 13:57
Cinema, McAero?

It's a large structure for the projection and viewing of cinematograph films by the general public.

9th Apr 2005, 14:58
Unofficially the "Saturday Joke" is unsanctioned and unrecognised as a reputable and accepted medium for humour. Hence the poor quality of it's contents.

Plus I don't think Astro's gonna like it that much :E

9th Apr 2005, 15:02
Knock, knock......

9th Apr 2005, 15:05
...Who's there?

9th Apr 2005, 15:07

9th Apr 2005, 15:16
Wurlitzer who?

I need to add this line in to make this a "necessary" post :}

9th Apr 2005, 15:17
Wurlitzer one for the money, two for the show, three toget ready now go cat go……..

(Thanks McAero)

9th Apr 2005, 18:26
Tulips on your organ....
I prefer peonies in a box. :E

Sir Loin
9th Apr 2005, 18:35
Three nuns in a bath,

One of them says "where's the soap"?

The other two say "It does, doesn't it"



9th Apr 2005, 18:36
Or the guy who walked into a watchmakers, dropped his trousers and asked the girl behind the counter "could she put 2 hands and a face on this"

Sir Loin
9th Apr 2005, 18:41
Some girl stopped me in the street yesterday and asked me for a Double Entendre.

So I gave her one.


I hate myself

gravity victim
9th Apr 2005, 22:13
The late Kenneth Horne of BBC radio's excellent 'Round The Horne' programmes once said: "I check all the scripts carefully for any sign of a double entendre - and if I find one,I whip it out immediately." ;)

13th Apr 2005, 07:42
A drunk staggers into a Catholic Church, enters a
confessional booth, sits down but says nothing. The
Priest coughs a few times to get his attention but the drunk just sits there.

Finally, the Priest pounds three times on the wall.

The drunk mumbles, "Ain't no use knockin, there's no
paper on this side either!"

Lon More
13th Apr 2005, 18:41
Two nuns on bicycles;
"I've never come this way before."
"No, it must be the cobbles."

13th Apr 2005, 19:58
Why do I get the feeling this is to the Friday Joke what Lidl Cola is to Coca Cola?