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Christmas Joke

Englische Weihnachtsbräuche, englische Weihnachtstraditionen... englische Weihnachtsbräuche (Christmas Traditions) von A bis Z

Ein 'Christmas Joke' ist ein kurzer - meist schlechter Witz -, der in englischen Knallbonbons (Christmas Cracker) enthalten ist.

Er sorgt in England zusammen mit der ebenfalls enthaltenen Papierkrone (Paper Crown), die sofort aufgesetzt wird, für ausgelassene Stimmung beim großen englischen Weihnachtsessen (Christmas Dinner) am Christmas Day (25.12.).

Robin Reed Christmas Cracker*

How did Scrooge win the football game?

The ghost of Christmas passed!

How do snowmen get around?

They ride an icicle!

How does Good King Wenceslas like his pizzas?

One that's deep pan, crisp and even!

Two cannibals were eating a clown. One said to the other: 'Does he taste funny to you?' (Tommy Cooper)

What Carol is heard in the Desert?

O camel ye faithful!

What did Adam say on the day before Christmas?

It's Christmas, Eve'

What did the beaver say to the Christmas Tree?

Nice gnawing you!

What did the stamp say to the Christmas Card?

Stick with me and we'll go places!

What do reindeer hang on their Christmas Trees?


What do Father Christmas's little helpers learn at school?

The elf-abet!

What do they sing at a snowman's birthday party?

Freeze a jolly good fellow.

What do vampires sing on New Year's Eve?

Auld Fang Syne.

What do you call an elf who sings?

A wrapper!

What do you call people who are afraid of Santa Claus?


What do you call Santa's helpers?

Subordinate clauses

What do you get if you cross a sheep with a kangaroo?

A wooly jumper!

What do you get if you eat Christmas Decorations?


What do you get when you cross a snowman with a vampire?


What does Santa suffer from if he gets stuck in a chimney?


What happened to the man who stole an Advent Calendar?

He got 25 days!

What is the best Christmas Present in the world?

A broken Drum, you just can't beat it!

Talking Tables Toilettenpapier mit Christmas Jokes*

What lies in a pram and wobbles?

A Jelly Baby!

What never eats at Christmas time?

A Turkey. It's usally stuffed.

What song do you sing at a snowman's birthday party?

Freeze a jolly good fellow!

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


What's the most popular Christmas wine?

I don't like Brussels sprouts!

Which famous playwright was terrified of Christmas?

Noel Coward!

Who hides in the bakery at Christmas?

A mince spy!

Who is Father Christmas's favorite singer?

Elf-is Presley!

Who is Father Christmas married to?

Mary Christmas!

Talking Tables Christmas Jokes*

Why are Christmas Trees so bad at sewing?

They always drop their needles!

Why did the Grinch go to the liquor store?

He was looking for the holiday spirit.

Why did the Turkey join the Band?

Because it had the Drumsticks!

Why does Father Christmas go down the chimney on Christmas Eve?

Because it soot's him

Why is it getting harder to buy Advent Calendars?

Because their Days are numbered!

Why was Father Christmas's little helper depressed?

Because he had low elf esteem.

Englische Weihnachtsbräuche, englische WeihnachtstraditionenEnglische Weihnachtsbräuche von A bis Z: A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols | Advent | Adventskalender | Boxing Day | Candy Cane | Carol Singing | Christmas Cracker | Christmas Day | Christmas Eve | Christmas Joke | Christmas No. 1 | Christmas Specials | Christmas Pop-Songs | Father Christmas | Hunting of the Wren | Küssen unterm Mistelzweig | Mistel (Mistletoe) | Mummers Play | Nativity Play | Pantomime | Papierkrone | Rotkehlchen (Robin) | St Stephen's Day | Stechpalme (Holly) | The 12 Days of Christmas | Twelfth Night | Viktorianische Weihnachten | Wassailing | The Queen's Speech | Weihnachtsbacken | Weihnachtsbasteln | Weihnachtsbaum | Weihnachtsbücher | Weihnachtsdeko | Weihnachtseinkäufe | Weihnachtsessen | Weihnachtsfilme | Weihnachtsgedichte | Weihnachtsgeschenke | Weihnachtsgeschichten | Weihnachtsgeschirr | Weihnachtskarten | Weihnachtslieder | Weihnachtsmarkt | Weihnachtsmotive | Weihnachtsmusik | Weihnachtsmütze | Weihnachtsparty | Weihnachtspullover | Weihnachtssocken | Weihnachtsspiele | Weihnachtsstrumpf | Weihnachtsvorbereitungen | Weihnachtswünsche | Yule Log || Irische Weihnachtsbräuche | Schottische Weihnachtsbräuche | Walisische Weihnachtsbräuche

Weihnachten in England: Bräuche, Deko, Essen und GeschenkeEnglische Weihnachtsbräuche, englische WeihnachtstraditionenEnglische WeihnachtsdekoEnglisches WeihnachtsessenWeihnachtsfilmeEnglische WeihnachtskartenEnglische Weihnachtslieder

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