Here's the deal. WE LOVE TO LAUGH.
Fans of the Dungeon know this, and often tell us the worst jokes you have ever heard. We are hoping you can do better...
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Of course you appreciate that we can't use all jokes, but that doesn't mean that we don't like the rude ones. We're people too... albeit despots, torturers and dung sanitation experts etc.
These are the 10 most recent jokes. See full archive here.
A man walks into a bar with a piece of Tarmac under his arm,
The batman says what can I get you ?
The man replies a pint of larger please and make it one more for the road !
A jump lead walks into a bar, the batman says ill serve you, but you'd better not start anything !
What do you call a nun in a wheelchair?
Why did Henry VIII have so many wives?
He liked to chop and change
Q.Why did the skeleton burp?
A.Because he didn't have the guts to fart!
Dr dr I have a piece of lettuce growing out of my bottom,
Ohh dear I'm afraid that's just the tip of the iceberg!
A man goes to a construction site and asks have they any jobs going ?
The foreman says well can you make tea ?
The man replies yes ?
Foreman says can you drive a forklift truck,
The man replies why how big is your teapot ?
Why do ghosts like to ride in elevators??
It raises their spirits.
A man walks into Tesco and picks up a ribeana , and a bag of sugar.
The man pays for the ribeana but walks out with the sugar.
when the alarm beeps, the security guard asks the man, why did he steal the sugar?
the confused man replies...
"Eh on the back of the ribeana it said 'sugar free'."
What's a haunted chicken called ?
A poultry geist
“Went to the dungeons today for one reason which was to overcome my fear of the dark. To be honest not only am I no longer scared but I'm also considering coming again with my dad and brother.
So to start off with I would say the quality of the acting from each of the actors just made you feel like you were there in the time period and no longer in 20th century Britain. Some areas made me jump especially Sweeny Todd and jack the ripper. I will be doing the rides I think next time if I feel brave enough to do so (not a big fan of dark rides).
I would recommend the dungeons to people that have watched or like CBBC's Horrible Histories especially with certain elements. I was named a fellow torturer in the torture chamber as I knew what the tools were used for. The cockroach part was odd and strange to me.
To sum it up in 2 words
A once in a lifetime opportunity and a great way to prepare for doing theme park fright nights which I will be doing in the not too distant future as I was able to get through this OK. I tried not to be too clever as some of the answers and interactive elements were just wow.
”Jenny See more reviews...