Toilet humour

Posted 18th Dec 2013

According to Johnny Foreigner's Guide to British Humour, humour was invented by John Cleese in 1066. Potty or 'toilet' humour, 'Johnny' claims, is at once the best, worst and possibly funniest kind.

So, to celebrate the silly season in our industry and – hopefully – bring a smile to your face, I've compiled a list of seven of my favourite toilet-based jokes. I've kept them all clean, of course.

A good flush beats a full house every time.

Did you hear that someone broke into our local police station and stole the toilet? The police have nothing to go on.

What do doctors and plumbers have in common? They both bury their mistakes.

Instead of the 'John', I call my toilet the 'Jim'. That way it sounds better when I say “I go to the Jim first thing every morning”!

How do you make a toilet roll? Throw it down a hill.

Why did the toilet roll down the hill? To get to the bottom.

And my very favourite: What did one toilet roll say to the other? People keep ripping me off.

I'd like to leave you with my Christmas wish. May your life be like a roll of toilet paper – long and useful!

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