LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL

The days are getting longer. A large proportion of adults have now had their first vaccine jab. A date is coming up very soon when those of us in the UK will be able to meet up with one another once more – albeit in our gardens. 

There IS light at the end of the tunnel.  So, I thought it was time for some light relief.  Here are a few jokes I’ve made up to amuse you.

I call it my Anthology.  If you can think of any more, please feel free to add them in the comment slot below.

Andrea’s ANThology

Where do ants go in winter?

The Antarctic

What do you call an ant who likes bagels and smoke salmon?

A delicatessant

What do you call an ant who gives advice?

A consultant

Where do ants sleep?

  At a restaurant

What do you call an ant making its first appearance?

  A debutante

What do female ants wear on their legs?

Anti-hose of course!

What do ants do who run away to get married?

Antelope

What do Italian ants start their meal with?

Antipasta

Who was the first ant?

Adamant!

Are you getting fed up with all these ants?

 Sycophants!

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5 thoughts on “LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL

  1. Very clever, Andy!!! Enjoy the gardens and your friends! Mickey xox

    On Thu, Mar 25, 2021 at 10:56 AM My Life in Poems wrote:

    > Andrea Neidle posted: “The days are getting longer. A large proportion of > adults have now had their first vaccine jab. A date is coming up very soon > when those of us in the UK will be able to meet up with one another once > more – albeit in our gardens. There IS light at th” >

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