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Welcome to the end of year 3BA Bigshow "Xmas Cracker" edition of the Friday Funny thanks to Happy Horse produce in Delecombe! #yajustgottalaugh 

Well, this is it folks, the last Friday Funny segment of 2021, but don't worry, it'll be back in 2022. Today, you get not one but two Friday Funnies. It's the "Xmas Cracker" edition to wrap up 2021..

Every Friday at 8.30am PT rolls out the Friday Funny and no, canned laughter is NOT used (Maybe sometimes). Laughs are provided on a weekly basis by yours truely, Brett Mac and of course you. Yes! We can hear your laugh.

The page is updated every Friday after the "Friday Funny" drops on-air, with not only the podcast but in script form as well so you can copy and paste it to all your mates so they can have a laugh as well.

If you have a joke that you think is worthy of becoming the 3BA Bigshow Friday Funny, please get them to us via 3BA's Facebook Messenger or email bThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Friday Funny is  thanks to our good mates at Happy Horse Produce, 1003 LaTrobe St, Delacombe.


Here's the scripted version so you can copy and paste to your friends - go on share the laughs.

It was just before Christmas, and the magistrate was in a happy mood. He asked the prisoner who was in the dock, ‘What are you charged with?’

The prisoner replied, ‘Doing my Christmas shopping too early’.

‘That’s no crime’, said the magistrate. ‘Just how early were you doing this shopping?’

‘Before the shop opened’, answered the prisoner.


It was coming up to Christmas and Sammy asked his mum if he could have a new bike.

So, she told him that the best idea would be to write to Santa Claus. But John, having just played a vital role in the school nativity play, said he would prefer to write to the baby Jesus.

 John went to his room and wrote ' Dear Jesus, I have been a very good boy and would like to have a bike for Christmas.' But he wasn't very happy when he read it over.

So he decided to try again and this time he wrote 'Dear Jesus, I'm a good boy most of the time and would like a bike for Christmas.' He read it back and wasn't happy with that one either.

He tried a third version. 'Dear Jesus, I could be a good boy if I tried hard and especially if I had a new bike.' He read that one too, but he still wasn't satisfied.

So, he decided to go out for a walk while he thought about a better approach. After a short time he passed a house with a small statue of the Virgin Mary in the front garden. He crept in, stuffed the statue under his coat, hurried home and hid it under the bed.

Then he wrote a final letter, which read, 'Dear Jesus, If you want to see your mother again, you'd better send me a new bike.'