The 10 best jokes from the Birmingham German Market Singing Moose, Chris
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The festive season is well and truly underway and Birmingham’s Christmas Market is once again being enjoyed by thousands of people this year in the run up to Christmas.
Visitors from across the UK and Europe come to visit the Birmingham Frankfurt Christmas Market, due to its numerous attractions, including a large range of traditional goods and gifts and a selection of tempting food and drink, as well as live music and great community feel.
And of course, the market wouldn’t be the same without Chris, the Singing Moose.
Sitting directly opposite the council building by the beer kellers at the top of Victoria Square, the Christmas Moose, also known as Chris, has become quite the sensation over the years by belting out Christmas classics during the festivities.
Every Christmas, Chris comes alive to bring the entertainment. And yes, he’s also on Twitter!
The brilliant Twitter account also keeps us entertained with some brilliantly hilarious tweets. So, let’s take a look at 10 of best Tweets from Chris the Moose.
1. How did Mary and Joseph get their groceries delivered? On a Lidl donkey. * New week - same old jokes.’
2. How did the bauble get addicted to Christmas? He was hooked on trees his whole life
3. What do you call a blind reindeer? I have no eye deer
4. My friend David had his ID stolen. Now I call him Dav!
5. This just in: The world tongue-twister champion has been arrested. I hear they’re going to give him a really tough sentence.
6. Mrs Moose really laughed at me when I told her I’d made a car out of spaghetti. Ya should have seen her face when I drove Pasta!
7. What do you get when you cross a dinosaur with a pig? Jurassic Pork!
8. Where do sheep go to get their hair cut? The baa-baa shop.
9. I have a joke about chemistry, but I don’t think it will get a reaction...
10. What did the Buffalo say to his little boy when he dropped him off at school? Bison.
Visit Chris the Moose’s Twitter account at @thechrismoose for more Christmas classics.