Comedy has become very popular these days. You can even get it on TV. Sadly it's now more profitable to sell the space where the punchline goes, instead of telling a traditional funny joke. I heard the following jokes at a standup show last week:

Knock Knock
Who's there?
BT, we're here to talk to you about our great broadband packages.

Did you hear about the Irish gambler? He opened an online William Hill poker account and got £50 of free chips.

Why did the chicken cross the road?
To get to the HMV summer sale (3 dvds for £20).

What do you get when you cross a blu-ray player with a next generation games console?
A PS3, now in stock.

A priest, a nun and a rabbi are sitting on an airplane. It's lands safely. Qantas Airways.

It's all quite sickening, but I must admit that I laughed at all of them. It was just the way he told them.

Tony, Peteborough.

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