Haha thank youHi SophieAnn
I'm sorry you are feeling so low. It just creeps up doesn't it? I can never remember jokes but here is one I heard yesterday.
A man walks into a pub and orders a pint of beer and a packet of helicopter crisps. The man behind the bar said 'we have sold out of helicopter crisps but we have plane'. It will probably make you groan.
I hope someone will be along shortly with more.
Haha thank you theirs some good ones their(((hugs))))) Sophie, Im sorry you are feeling down.
Theres a whole thread of jokes here http://forum.alzheimers.org.uk/showthread.php?485-A-Funny-Joke-to-Cheer-You-Up
I will have a look in a second thank you!Sophie have you seen your old thread? http://forum.alzheimers.org.uk/showthread.php?81881-Im-14-and-need-someone-hopefully-a-similar-age-to-talk-to
People are still posting there.
Haha I love them might have to use them at some point hahaI don't know many jokes that are suitable for minors I'm afraid (although realistically you probably know more rude ones than I do!)
But here are a few clean ones...
I never wanted to believe that my Dad was stealing from his job as a road worker.
But when I got home, all the signs were there.
I told my friend that she drew her eyebrows on too high.
She looked surprised.
Doctor: "I am not exactly sure of the cause of your illness. I think it could be due to alcohol."
Patient: "That's ok. I will come back when you are sober."
My mate rang me and asked, "What're you doing at the moment?"
I said, "Probably failing my driving test."
Haha it took me a while to get it haha not gonna lie but I like that!I have just got back from London.
I had an appointment at The Savoy. It looks lovely…all Christmassy.
There is a big chess tournament being held there....
As I was leaving, loads of the competitors were sitting around in the foyer talking about their matches and bragging about their wonderful play.
It was obvious a few of them had had a bit to drink and they started getting louder and louder until finally, the hotel manager got the hump and asked them all to leave.
I suggested to him that instead of kicking them out, he should have just asked them to be less noisy.
He said : "I'm sorry, but if there's one thing I can't stand, it's chess nuts boasting in an open foyer"