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Sense of Humour is NOT hereditary...

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OK, so you've read my jokes, you've read ones from my sister, now here's an example of my dad's sense of humour. He told me this one on Christmas Day, and my laugh was more out of sympathy than from the fun of the joke. Anyway, I shall share it with you...
Radio Presenter: OK, for $10,000 first prize, here's a simple question: name two of Santa's reindeer.
Phone-in contestant: That's easy, Rudolph and Olive
RP: Are you sure?
Contestant: Yes.
RP: Do you want to change your mind?
Contestant: No. My answer is Rudolph and Olive
RP: OK, so you could have said Donner, Blitzen, Vixen, etc, but you are choosing Rudolph and Olive.
Contestant: Yes, that's what I said
RP: I'm sorry, but Olive is wrong. None of Santa's reindeer are called Olive.
Contestant: I'm sorry, but you're wrong. You know the song "Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer", it clearly shows there are only two reindeer, Rudolph and Olive.
RP: How do you figure that?
Contestant: Well, remember the words?
Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer had a very shiny nose
And if you ever saw it, you would even say it glows
Olive, the other reindeer, used to laugh and call him names...

S

P.S. I'm sorry.
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I hate to admit it, but I like these "word" jokes. They're child-like, something a kid might seriously come up with.

Humor of all kinds is good (unless it's cruel, in which case it's not funny to me). You must have a lot of laughs with your family
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Did you know that Olive had a sister? Her name was Glee.

How does the song go?

....And they shouted out with Glee,
Rudolph the red nosed reindeer,
You'll go down in History!
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