Bad Choir Jokes and Extended Absence Greeting
October 13, 2010
I am just about to go off the grid for a few days and am in a festive mood. So I thought I would regale my readers with some terrible jokes about choirs that I dug up on a whim while procrastinating on the Internet recently. I'll be back in the blogging saddle next week sometime. For now, read these and be happy you're not a chorister. Or if you are, be happy you have a sense of humor about it...
Q: Dad, why do the singers rock left and right while performing on stage?
A: Because, son, it is more difficult to hit a moving target.
Q: How many altos does it take to change a light bulb?
A: None. They can't get up that high.
Q: Where's a tenor's resonance?
A: Where his brain should be.
Q: What do you call ten baritones at the bottom of the ocean?
A: A good start.
Q: What is the definition of a mezzo soprano?
A: Just an alto with a soprano's attitude
Q: What's the difference between a soprano and the PLO?
A: You can negotiate with the PLO.
Q: How do you tell if a bass is actually dead?
A: Hold out a check
Q: Why do high school choruses travel so often?
A: Keeps assassins guessing.
Q: What's the definition of an optimist?
A: A choral director with a mortgage.