A collection of Christmas jokes to make a celebration fun filled for parties and dinner with friends.
The other day I sent my mother a huge pile of snow. I rang her up and asked, “Did you get my drift?”
David recalled accompanying his father out shopping one Christmas Eve. Dad said, “What a marvelous train set. I’ll take it.” The salesgirl looked please and said, “Great, I’m sure your son will really love it.” Dad replied with a glint in his eye, “Maybe you’re right. In that case I’ll take two.”
Santa Claus at the Mall of America was very surprised when Linette, a young lady walked up and sat on his lap. Now, we all know that Santa doesn’t usually take requests from adults, but she smiled very nicely at him, so he asked her, “What do you want for Christmas?” “Something for my mother, please.” Linette replied sweetly. Santa smiled and said, “Something for your mother? Well, that’s a very thoughtful of you. What would you like me to bring her?” Without hesitating Linette answered quickly, “A son-in-law.” LOL!
Q; When is a boat like a pile of snow? A: When it’s adrift!
During the week before Christmas Pastor William was walking down the street in Lansing, Michigan to visit a parishioner. However, he wanted to post a parcel before hand, so he asked a passerby where he could find the post office. When the young man directed him, William thanked him and said, “If you come to church this week you can hear me tell everyone how to get to heaven.” The man replied, “I think I’ll skip your sermon mister. If you can’t even find the post office, how are you supposed to help me find my way to Heaven?”
May your Christmas celebration be full of merriment and laughter!