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old folk joke noun

A joke so old that it tickles no-one, but must be trotted out when a suitable setup is given


Pa – 1950s?
Noel King – father of Naomi

Submitted: 11/08/2021 by Mark ● Last updated: 30/10/2023 11:01 by Mark

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