Reformer readers are a good laugh
We ask what your favourite joke is?
Thousands flocked to Scotland’s capital this summer to hear a funny tale or two.
And last week, a one-liner about an organ donation was named the funniest joke of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Masai Graham from West Bromwich won with the gag: “My dad suggested I register for a donor card, he’s a man after my own heart.”
And as the festival ended on Monday, the Reformer took to the Main Street to find out what some of our readers’ favourite jokes were. First up was Rutherglen’s Cathy Clark. “An American, an English and a Scottish couple are sitting at the breakfast table.
“The American husband says to his wife, ‘pass me the honey, honey.’
“The English husband says to his wife, ‘pass me the sugar, sugar.’
“And the Scottish husband says to his wife, ‘pass me the milk, ya cow’.”
Sandra Mason, also from Rutherglen, told us her favourite: “Knock-knock. Who’s there? Disease. Disease who? Disease trousers fit you?”
Rutherglen mum Lisa Reilly had a couple of good gags. “What’s brown and sticky. A stick.”
“What do you call an Egyptian taxi driver? Toot and come oot.”
Seven-year-old Darcy McGuire and her dad Dougie were enjoying ice cream on Rutherglen Main Street when they made us chuckle.
“Patient says: ‘Doctor, doctor, I feel like a pack of cards.
“Doctor says: ‘Sit down and I’ll deal with you later’.”
Doctor, doctor, I feel like a pack of cards. Sit down and I’ll deal with you later. Darcy McGuire
Pass me the milk Cathy Clark
Doctor, Doctor Darcy and Dougie McGuire
Knock-knock Sandra Mason
Toot and come oot Lisa Reilly