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There is no sadder sound.

By popular demand…

…Acclaimed for his wide collection of contemporary ‘father humour’ Bertie Blenkinsop writes:

I find it difficult to say what my wife does… she sells sea shells on the seashore.

No matter how much you give a homeless person for tea… they never give you the tea.

I used to work at a calendar factory but I got the sack because I took a couple of days off.

“I hate oyings.” “What is an oying?” “This joke.”

What do you call a fat psychic? A four-chin teller.

Do you ever get that when you’re half way through eating a horse and you think to yourself, ‘I’m not as hungry as I thought I was’

I saw an advert that said: “Television for sale, 5 euro, volume stuck on full.” I couldn’t turn it down.

Here’s a photo of me with REM. That’s me in the corner.

What did the pirate say on his 80th birthday? Aye Matey!

Unless YOUR father can do better.

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