Can you remember when in Primary School ‘Mum jokes’ were the worse insult you could give/receive?
It didn’t even need to be inventive. A mere ‘your Mum’ would instantly make anyone ready to scrap.
I remember someone saying it to me once and so I decided to run after thim. Whilst I was running I remembered that the kid was huge and would probably have killed me if I caught up…So I kicked his legs from under him and walked off triumphantly instead. Oh well, shouldn’t have cussed my Mum.
Now, however, ‘your Mum jokes’ are just funny as you know deep down that they aren’t true…Or are they?!?
Paula Richards, a mother from Warwickshire, bought a set of scales from Aldi so she could keep an eye on her weight and maybe lose a few pounds but something to make every young kid cringe happened!
Whilst the scales didn’t ‘come up with her phone number when she stood on them’ or say ‘error, too heavy’… they did EXPLODE INTO A THOUSAND SHARDS OF GLASS!
How would you respond if someone said “your Mum’s so fat that she broke the scales” and she ACTUALLY DID? That’s when riots start.
Luckily, SHE wasn’t injured…but her kids will now be forever scarred.
I think it’s time for some ‘your Mum jokes’ (or ‘Yo Mama’, for our American people out there):
Your Mum’s so fat and old when God said, “Let there be light,” he asked your mother to move out of the way.
Your Mum’s so stupid, she put two quarters in her ears and thought she was listening to 50 Cent.
Your Mum is so fat her bellybutton gets home 15 minutes before she does.