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And, courtesy of Lost:
Q. What did one snowman say to the other snowman?
A. Smells like carrots.
Where do elves go to vote?
The North Poll, of course.
Merry Christmas, Jim. *g*
Q: What happens when a Irish Setter and a Pointer kiss under
A: You get a Pointsetter.
Oh ghod. Someone please make me stop now, before it's too late...
From Fafblog: The long jolly slog
From I-Mockery.com: Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer And Friends: Where Are They Now?
Q. Where do snowmen go to party? A. Snowballs.
I'd bet money that this is not the only joke you know with that punchline.
On Christmas Eve, my niece asked us to call Santa and did anyone know his number?
Why yes, I replied, I know Santa's number: 800-555-1 HO HO HO
The Canadian postal service uses 'H0H 0H0' as the postal code for Santa's home at the North Pole. They also arrange for letters to Santa to receive replies.
And is it wrong of me to note that H0H 0H0 is not in the range of postal codes for Northwest Territory or Nunavut. No, it's in Montréal.
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