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The Laughter Cemetery

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A Jehovahs witness knocks the door. (No, not Peter Knowles ). A guy answers and said "come in and sit down, and what do you want to talk about"? The Jehovahs Witness said "I dont know, i have never got this far".
 

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David beckhams son turns up for his first day at football training ad asks " what number shirt am I?"
Coach replies " wear four out there Romeo"
 

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A horse walks into a bar and says to the barman, "on a right angled triangle with sides x, y and z, if x and z are perpendicular which side is opposite the right angle?", and the barman says "y, the long face"
 

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Got my fridge stocked with beer for the Euros, customised for matches. San Miguel for when Spain play because it's Spanish, Becks for when Germany play because it's German, Stella for when France Play because it's French, and Carling for when Scotland play because it's shit.
 

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All pretty much brewed in the UK too, next door to each other just in different vats.
 

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Garage Beer Co for Spain
Augustiner for Germany
Westmalle for Belgium
Pollys for Wales
CR/AK for Italy
Musa for Portugal
Pilsner Urquell for Czech Republic

Etc etc etc

Brewdog for Scotland. Lolz
 

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I'll defend Tom Hark in saying that despite the inaccuracies surrounding the beers themselves and the origins of them, I did find the joke mildly amusing.
 

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Brewdog for Scotland. Lolz
In St Andrews a couple of weeks back I had a superb Mega Helles in the Brewdog there. Never heard of that one before,but if you see it, I would recommend you try it (I could post this on the beer thread but can't be arsed)
 

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Not had a good Brewdog beer for bloody ages. Hazy Jane is just about OK, but they gone full on mass produced lowest common demoninator now.
 

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Not had a good Brewdog beer for bloody ages. Hazy Jane is just about OK, but they gone full on mass produced lowest common demoninator now.
Been a while since I had been in one (think Birmingham a few years back and had 1 and left) but they are super dog friendly, which is great when you don't want to stand around whilst the wife pops into shops. Delighted I did pop in as it was a superb pint.

Not sure if it was a St Andrews special as went into one in Stirling and they didn't have it on (annoyingly)

Sorry chaps, back to shit jokes you go...
 

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Not had a good Brewdog beer for bloody ages. Hazy Jane is just about OK, but they gone full on mass produced lowest common demoninator now.
Their Tony chocolonely one was pretty good.
 

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It was OK if you like milkshake ipa I guess. Far too sweet for my highly tuned palate 😏
 
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