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Monday, April 19, 2010

Volcanic ash jokes

Some ash cloud jokes doing the rounds:

"The last wish of the Icelandic economy was to have its ashes scattered over Europe."

"Dear Iceland, we asked for cash, not ash!"

"It's too early to make jokes about the Icelandic ash cloud... we need to let the dust settle first"

"All this ash cloud talk is going over my head"

"It appears there is no more effective a way for a small country to get its own back on a larger one than to have an erupting volcano in its midst."

"There is no C in the Icelandic alphabet, so when you ask for Cash, all you get is ash"

“Europe faces prolonged air chaos”… Ermmm, how can there be air chaos when we are all stuck on the ground.

“Icelandic taxpayer to Britons and Dutch: forget Icesave, kiss my ash!”

"Normally volcanoes, like mountains, get their names from the surname of the first person who reaches the top of them.
One exception is Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull, which got its name from the last words uttered by the first person to fall into the top of it."

"Peter Griffin doesn't look so stupid now with his volcano insurance!"

"Well at least Airway workers wont need to go on strike"

What did the little volcano say to the big volcano?
I lava you :)

"If someone is stuck in the city because of the volcano and doesn't have a place to wait till the cloud is over, I can shelter you."

Iceland To Europe: "Do You Lava Me Like I Lava You?"

Eyjafjallajökull is erupting only twice a year -- April through September, and October through March.

"I woke this morning to find every surface in the house covered in a layer of dust and a foul stench of sulphur in the air.... Yes, I’ve been married to that bone-idle slob for 20 years."

Welcome to Iceland. We’re currently doing a bit of construction - please pardon the dust.

"Iceland go bankrupt, then manage to set their island on fire. Insurance scam written all over it"

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