The very worst Christmas cracker jokes

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Q. What does Santa suffer from if he gets stuck in a chimney?
A. Claustrophobia!

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Q. What happens to elves when they are naughty?
A. Santa gives them the sack!

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Q. Who hides in the bakery at Christmas?
A. A mince spy!

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Q. What did Adam say on the day before Christmas?
A. It’s Christmas, Eve!

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Q. How does Christmas Day end?
A. With the letter Y!

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Q. What do you call Father Christmas on the beach?
A. Sandy Claus!

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Q. What does Santa do with fat elves?
A. He sends them to an Elf Farm!

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Q. Who delivers presents to baby sharks at Christmas?
A. Santa Jaws!

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Q. Why couldn’t the skeleton go to the Christmas Party?
A. Because he had no body to go with!

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Q. Why can’t Christmas trees knit?
A. Because they always drop their needles!

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