Joke of the Day: The Ocean

How deep would the ocean be without sponges?

I spent the morning down at the beach feeding cannabis-laced brownies to the seabirds.

No tern was left unstoned.

She sells sea shells by the sea shore…

Surely that’s the worst possible place to try and sell shells?!

Why do seagulls live by the sea?

Because if they lived by the bay they’d be bagels.

I was at sea the other day and loads of meat floated past.

It was a bit choppy.

Welcome to Sea Life Bingo.

Eyes down for your first number.

Clickety click, dolphin with a stutter.

I enjoyed my first time ever bobbing up and down in the sea yesterday…

It’s been my dream ever since I was a little buoy…

I’m addicted to seaweed.

I must seek kelp.

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7 thoughts on “Joke of the Day: The Ocean

    1. Do you live by the sea? I live on the south coast of England and get to see the sea most days. I am so lucky! 71% of our beautiful globe is ocean (I think due to climate change this figure will rise) and 99% of human conversations about the stuff that happens on the land. Anyway, I am happy you enjoyed the post and hope your day is wonderful.

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      1. How lovely for you, living by the sea, Andrew. I’m in the UK, too, but in Essex and probably about 20 miles away from Southend-on-Sea. I’d love to be nearer the coast, but make do with the odd day trip to Southend once a year. You are right about climate change raising the water levels on our planet. Many places by the sea will be underwater at some point in the future. It’s a scary prospect. There is already flooding in many parts of the world, and until humans (and governments – don’t get me started on that!) act to prevent climate change from worsening, nothing will change. Having said that, I’ll read your jokes again to get away from the dismal truth. I so look forward to your posts every day. They are a ray of light in the dark for me. Thank you, Andrew. 😊

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      2. I watched Frozen Planet 2 with sadness … did you see it? It is really happening. Anyway, thank you again for your comments Ellie, I do appreciate them. It stops us from shouting in the dark!

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      3. Yes, I’ve seen that, too. It’s terrifying that is the truth of our reality unless something is done very soon, and the governments seem reluctant to treat it as the emergency that it really is. It’s my children and grandchildren I fear for more than myself.

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