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gingerjedi
9th September 2011, 07:15
A Glaswegian lad takes his girlfriend home for the first time.

He says "This is Amanda".

His dad jumps up "It's a feckin' what?"

Arturo Bassick
9th September 2011, 07:41
This joke was told to me by a good friend some time ago.

A Scotsman walks into a cake shop.
The assistance says "Will you be having an eclair or a meringue"
He says "you're nay wrang love, I'll have an eclair"

northernladuk
9th September 2011, 09:16
Jokes playing on an accent written down = fail

either that or I lose the comedy timing becuase I have to read them over so many times to get the accent right before I can understand it.

:igmc:

TestMangler
9th September 2011, 09:19
This joke was told to me by a good friend some time ago.

A Scotsman walks into a cake shop.
The assistance says "Will you be having an eclair or a meringue"
He says "you're nay wrang love, I'll have an eclair"


When written, for people who don't speak jock, that will never work :smile

Anyone who wants it explained, pm me :laugh

PS - It's actually a pretty good gag !!

Arturo Bassick
9th September 2011, 09:21
When written, for people who don't speak jock, that will never work :smile

Anyone who wants it explained, pm me :laugh

PS - It's actually a pretty good gag !!That is entirely why I like to see it written down. I love vocal jokes int he written form.

TestMangler
9th September 2011, 09:22
That is entirely why I like to see it written down. I love vocal jokes int he written form.

GJs one is not bad also, but needs a 'real' glasgow accent :smile

gingerjedi
9th September 2011, 09:26
That is entirely why I like to see it written down. I love vocal jokes int he written form.

Me too, surely it helps to read it from a outsiders perspective?

If Frankie Boyle told my first joke to a Glaswegian ordinance they probably wouldn't get it.

Arturo Bassick
9th September 2011, 09:28
GJs one is not bad also, but needs a 'real' glasgow accent :smileI got it.

Noddy Holder shopping for clothes in the 70s

shopkeeper: Would sir like the 17 or 20 inch flares?
Noddy: 20
shopkeeper: Floral or paisley shirt
Noddy: Floral
shopkeeper: Wide or round collar
Noddy Wide
shopkeeper: Kipper tie
Noddy: 2 sugars.

wobbegong
9th September 2011, 09:58
I got it.

Noddy Holder shopping for clothes in the 70s

shopkeeper: Would sir like the 17 or 20 inch flares?
Noddy: 20
shopkeeper: Floral or paisley shirt
Noddy: Floral
shopkeeper: Wide or round collar
Noddy Wide
shopkeeper: Kipper tie
Noddy: 2 sugars.

:yay:

TimberWolf
9th September 2011, 11:44
I saw a good joke the other day, but I would get an infraction or ban for repeating it.

OwlHoot
9th September 2011, 11:45
If Frankie Boyle told my first joke to a Glaswegian ordinance they probably wouldn't get it.

Yeah, they'd probably pepper him with grapeshot. :rolleyes:

KentPhilip
9th September 2011, 13:16
I saw a good joke the other day, but I would get an infraction or ban for repeating it.

Go on and post it you chicken!

(or at least PM it to me :rolleyes:)

kaiser78
9th September 2011, 13:19
I saw a good joke the other day, but I would get an infraction or ban for repeating it.

Whisper it to us :smile

wobbegong
9th September 2011, 15:26
I saw a good joke the other day, but I would get an infraction or ban for repeating it.

Come on, TW. Find it on t'interweb and post a link.

TimberWolf
9th September 2011, 15:37
Come on, TW. Find it on t'interweb and post a link.

Oh, okay, but it is a bit racist.

Sickipedia Search Results - half of london (http://www.sickipedia.org/search/1/?q=half+of+london) (the top one).

shaunbhoy
9th September 2011, 15:37
I saw a good joke the other day, but I would get an infraction or ban for repeating it.

Oh go on. That's a chance we are prepared to take!

:tongue

wobbegong
9th September 2011, 17:37
Oh, okay, but it is a bit racist.

Sickipedia Search Results - half of london (http://www.sickipedia.org/search/1/?q=half+of+london) (the top one).

:rollin:

That's almost as funny as the joke!