This week saw Twitter go crazy for International Joke Day — we don’t know about you, but we had a great laugh!
Take a look at some of our favourites below.
A stodgy one / A mysterious bird
Which of Agatha Christie's pets was her most chilled-out detective?
Her Cool Parrot. 🦜😬#InternationalJokeDay
— Ewan Smith (@ewanandsmith) July 1, 2020
We’re fans of Agatha Christie here at the “Friend”. And cake . . . so both of these make the list!
When literal interpretations are your friend
— Aatish Parashar (@aatishparashar) July 1, 2020
Obviously this chap’s exercise regime is going about as well as Digital Ed Iain’s own attempts . . .
There’s a gym on the bottom floor of “Friend” headquarters. We’re forced to wonder if this is the sort of thing going on down there!
A classic from a comedy legend
Daily Inspiration: Before you judge a man, walk a mile in his shoes. After that who cares?… He’s a mile away and you’ve got his shoes! (Billy Connolly) #internationaljokeday
— Ellen Martin (@thesocialmartin) July 2, 2020
You can’t go wrong with a bit of Billy.
Just don’t lend him your shoes, obviously.
When sports and rabbits collide
What so you call a woman balancing five pints of ale on her head whilst playing snooker? Beer-tricks-Potter of course.
— Raker, Baker and Writer. (@AmandaRake2Bake) July 1, 2020
One from our history
‘Definition of a baby’, from @TheFriendMag, April 1882.
“the father does most of the walking and all of the swearing.” pic.twitter.com/WJKkHLYZpw
— Charlotte Lauder (@checkpointchaz) June 27, 2019
What did you think of International Joke Day? Did you hear crackers we missed? Share them with us on Twitter!
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