Welcome back to work after a great weekend. Help us banish moody Mondays and send us your best clean joke. Each week’s favourite funny wins a fifth generation iPod Video courtesy of the National Deaf Children’s Society. [Metro UK]
To find out more about NDCS’s Happy Mondays campaign and help raise money for the UK’s 35,000 deaf children, go to happymondays.org.uk
For your chance to win this fantastic prize, click here
To get you in the spirit here are a few howlers to start you off!
What do birds eat for breakfast? Tweetabix.
What do cows eat for breakfast? Mooseli
Customer: Waiter, this coffee tastes like mud. Waiter: Well, it was ground ten minutes ago.
What’s white and wears yellow check trousers? Rupert The Fridge.
How many surrealists does it take to change a lightbulb? Fish.
An Englishman and Irishman and a Scotsman walk into a bar, and the barman says, “is this some kind of joke?”
Terms & Conditions
There is one weekly prize of an 80GB Apple iPod Video.
This week’s competition closes at midnight, Thursday August 23, 2007.
The winning joke will be judged by an independent panel as the funniest joke received.
Entries must be no more than 35 words and the content must be in-offensive. Entries may be published on metro.co.uk with the week’s winning entry printed in Metro. They may also appear on the happymondays.org.uk site
The promotion is open to UK residents aged 18 and over (sorry USA), except employees of the promoter, Associated Newspapers, their families, suppliers, agents or associates.
The winner will be notified by 5pm, Friday August 24, 2007.
The prize is non-transferable with no cash alternative.
Usual Metro rules apply.
The Editor’s decision is final.
The promoter is NDCS Ltd, 15 Dufferin Street, London EC1Y 8UR