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Now there's a funny thing

Max Miller's bronze statue will be unveiled by Sir Norman Wisdom & friends on MAX DAY - 1 May 2005 in New Road, Brighton - I hope our South Coast Blogger covers it.

Listen, listen, are you listening, right. Father and son, the boy would be 8 or 9, he may be 10, we don't know, who cares anyway? His father took him to a cattle show on Saturday afternoon where the farmers were buying the bulls and cows, mostly bulls, when all of a sudden the little boy saw a farmer go up to a bull and the farmer started feeling the bull all along the back, he was feeling it, all down and all round, feeling all over. And the little boy said, "Daddy what's he doing?" And his father told him. His father said, "He's feeling to see if there is any meat on it. If there's any meat on it, he's going to buy it." The boy thanked his father for telling him. Two or three weeks later, the boy went to see his father at breakfast. The father asked him what he wanted. The boy said, "I think the butler wants to buy the cook."

There were eight women in a boat and one was expecting a happy event. The other seven wanted to help her, but they were all in the same boat.

Now there's a clever one!

Have you heard about the girl of eighteen who swallowed a pin, but didn't feel the prick until she was twenty-one?

I was walking along this narrow mountain pass - so narrow that nobody else could pass you, when I saw a beautiful blonde walking towards me. A beautiful blonde with not a stitch on, yes, not a stitch on, lady. Cor blimey, I didn't know whether to toss myself off or block her passage.

Boys will be boys, won't they? Lucky for you, girls, otherwise you'd get no fun ... no ... listen!

Comments

Frankie Howerd certainly owed Max Miller a great deal don't you think.

And yes, I was hoping to go along.

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