Message Jokes

Accordian to a recent scientific study inserting instruments into messages often goes unnoticed
Accordian to a recent scientific study inserting instruments into messages often goes unnoticed

This week’s puns and one liners take the form of Message Jokes. As always, they come with no guarantee of hilarity or originality…

 
 
 

A friend had bred a messenger pigeon with a woodpecker. Not only does it deliver a message, it knocks the door when it gets there.

Saw an ancient secret Viking message earlier. It was sent by Norse Code.

Sent a friend a pile of snow and sent them a message saying “get my drift?”

If you get a message from me about canned meat, don’t open it. It’s spam.

Got a message inviting me to join a business merchandising ancient Egyptian tombs. Turned out to be a pyramid sales scheme.

Putting paper in my printer and it kept flashing a message saying “I just can’t get enough”. Turned out it was in Depeche Mode.

It’s so cold and foggy outside that I kept making mistakes when I tried to send text messages. I think that it’s the early stages of typothermia.

A friend of mine does backing vocals. It’s his voice on the “this vehicle is reversing” messages.

Got a pop up telling me that my cuppa is ok to drink. It’s a safe tea message.

Accordion to a recent scientific study, inserting instruments into messages often goes unnoticed.

 
 
 

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