Lucy Vickery

Spectator competition winners: jokes in verse form

‘Farmer Giles has a suck on a straw/ And whistles his collie to heel…’ [Photo: AlanSheers]

In Competition No. 3184 you were invited to tell a joke in verse form. This challenge, suggested by a reader and coming at a time when we could all do with a laugh, drew a large and jolly entry. As space is short, I pause only to salute stellar performances all around before handing over to the winners, who snaffle £25.

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