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Christmas cracker jokes - yet another collection

What do you get if you cross a bell with a skunk?

Jingle Smells!

What's green, covered in tinsel and goes ribbet ribbet?

Mistle-toad!

Which famous playwright was terrified of Christmas?
Noël Coward!

What is the best Christmas present in the world?
A broken drum – you just can’t beat it!

How do you know if Santa is really a werewolf?

How do you know if Santa is really a werewolf?


What did the stamp say to the Christmas card?

Stick with me and we'll go places!


Why did no one bid for Rudolph and Blitzen on eBay?
Because they were two deer!

What does the Queen call her Christmas Broadcast?
The One Show!

What did Father Christmas do when he went speed dating?
He pulled a cracker!

Why don't you ever see Father Christmas in hospital?
Because he has private elf care!

Why is it getting harder to buy Advent calendars?
Because their days are numbered!

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Frederic Ward Putnam

Died 14 Aug 1915 at age 76 (born 16 Apr 1839).American archaeologist, naturalist and museum director whoplayeda major role in thepopularizationof anthropology, its acceptance as a university study, and instigated more anthropological museums. After entering Harvard College as a student (1856), he was much influenced Louis Agassiz. As Curator of the Peabody Museum (1875-1909), Putnam organized numerous pioneering expeditions in Southwest and Central American archeology. As director of the anthropological section of the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago (1891-93), he mounted an impressive exhibit. It created wide-spread interest in anthropology, and subsequently became the nucleus of the great collections of the Field Museum in Chicago.«
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