Yes, it\’s that time. The Telegraph gives us a selection.
Q: What is the hypochondriac\’s favourite drink?
A: Sham pain
Q: What\’s green and barks?
A: Kermit the dog!
Q;What did the German High Command say in the war when the French were fleeing from France in to Northern Spain?
A;We have too many Basques in one exit.
Mr Bob Moore of High Wycombe
Q: How do you get to Wales in a mini?
A: Easy! One in the front and one in the back.
Mrs Gillian Moulding, London E7
Q: What did the bra say to the hat?
A: You go on ahead while I give these two a lift.
Mr Gershaw of Leeds
Q: How did Good King Wenceslas like his pizzas?
A: Deep pan, crisp and even!!
C Darch of Keynsham
Q: What did the musician call his noisy dog?
Miss R M Payne of Reading
Q: Why did the star twinkle?
A: Because it saw the moonbeam
Mr WC Dodd, of Fareham
Q: What does "scintillate" mean?
A: After eight you should stop sinning
Mrs J Morley of Milton Keynes
Q: Where would you find a tortoise with no legs
A: Pretty much where you left it!
J. Harris of St Ives
Q: What do you call a parrot with an umbrella?
A: Polly unsaturatetd
Mr Peter Foley of Ilford
Q: What were the last words the barman said to the customer on the Titanic?
A: \’Care for some ice, sir?\’
Mr Glynn Leaney, Oxford
Q: Why has a milking stool only got three legs?
A; Because the cow has got the udder.
Q: What happens if you play table tennis with a bad egg?
A: First it goes ping then it goes pong!
Reg and Margaret (by email)
Q; What do you call a dog with three feet?
A: A yard dog.
Ron Rigby, Liverpool
The answer to number 4 should of course be "Across the Severn Bridge".
Anyone got any more?