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Man goes into a music shop and says the shop assistant 'I want to buy a squeeze box, but I don't know much about them.' The assistant says 'Certainly,sir. If you would care to look over there we have a whole wall of accordions and concertinas you can look at.' The man looks at the display and says 'I want the big green one on the bottom.' The assistant replies 'That's a radiator, sir.' :)

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hahahahahah!

 

That's the best laugh I've had in days!

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The way I heard it he was a drummer, fed up with all the dumb drummer jokes. He couldn't decide between the accordion and the saxophone. The assistant said that, at a pinch, he could sell him the fire extinguisher but the radiator would be difficult to get off the wall!

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Here we go.

Definition of an optimist - a banjo player with an answerphone.

 

And my favorites -

Q. What is the difference between a cow and an orchestra?.

A. One's got horns at the front and an rs at the back.

 

Q. What is the difference between a viola player and a seamstress?

A. One tucks up frills.

 

Q. And the difference between a drummer and a Radox bath.

A. One bucks up the feet.

 

Thats quite enough of that.

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Or my personal favourite:

 

Did you hear about the bass player that locked his keys in his van?

It took them four hours to get the drummer out...

 

:D

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I'm feeling very "in crowd" because I thought all of these were funny...

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I'm feeling very "in crowd" because I thought all of these were funny...

Are you a bass player? :D

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I'm the offspring of one :)

 

My dad used to be able to get an entire jazz combo, players and instruments (including an upright bass and drums), into our 1973 Volkswagen Beetle.

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Yes, my father used to take the full set of instruments for his band to the showroom every time he bought a car, load in upright bass, guitar, drums, accordion, PA etc, then ask three of the staff to get in with him!

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Yes, my father used to take the full set of instruments for his band to the showroom every time he bought a car, load in upright bass, guitar, drums, accordion, PA etc, then ask three of the staff to get in with him!

 

The ironic twist to this is that my father's first name is John.

 

His middle name is Melville.

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There's a lot of them about. My late first father-in law (late father of my late first wife) had the forenames John Melville.

 

 

Robin Madge

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Thanks for the jokes. I thought they were funny too, Rhomylly. This is my first thread to read since coming back and it is a hoot. :D

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Thanks for the jokes. I thought they were funny too, Rhomylly. This is my first thread to read since coming back and it is a hoot. :D

Hey, Helen. Welcome back. Now read this one.

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