Leesa’s  Crackers

Not many more sleeps until Christmas and the countdown is on to the big day. 

Without a doubt, one of the best things about Christmas is the jokes in the crackers at meal time.

A good belly-laugh helps bring magic to Christmas Day. Leesa has found some real crackers!

Communications volunteer, Leesa, loves a laugh and has done some research to give us some emergency back-up gags in case your cracker jokes don’t live up to expectations this year. 

Feel free to memorise a few so you can be assured of bringing Christmas cheer to many. Enjoy!

Drumroll please...

How do you wash your hands over the holidays?

Answer:   With Santatizer

Why does Santa have three gardens?

Answer:     So he can ho ho ho.

What do you get when you combine a Christmas tree with an ipad?

Answer:      A pineapple.

What do you get when you cross a duck with Santa?

Answer:       A Christmas quacker.

What do you call a blind reindeer?

Answer:      I have no eye deer.

What’s every elf’s favourite type of music?  

Answer:     Wrap

How do you know when Santa’s around?

Answer:     You can always sense his presents.

Why is Santa so good at karate?

Answer:    Cause he’s got a black belt.

What do you get when you deep fry Santa?

Answer:     Crisp Cringle.

How much did Santa pay for his sleigh?

Answer:       Nothing it was on the house.

What’s a perfect gift for a station master during Christmas?

Answer:      Platform Shoes.

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