Horse play on words

Continuing our bad joke bonanza,And then there was this one. Please get in touch if you have more information.

13 thoughts on “Horse play on words

  1. Presumably the last one is something like, “How do you get cheese from a horse? – Mascarpone”.

    Also, do I presume you’ve heard the “What do you call a deer with no eyes?” series?

    1. I’m not sure I get it, surely that would be mug-a-pony, or milk-a-pony?

      Maybe it’s something about makeup? What cheese is also a horse beauty product? Mascarapone!

      And yeah, I think so. Doesn’t it go, like, what do you call a deer with no eyes? No idea!

      What do you call a deer with no eyes forty years later?
      A collection of bones littering the forest floor!

      1. The make-up one would work. My construction was just to get the action of masking a pony into the clue, it’s not a double definition.

        The next one of the deer series is, “What do you call a deer with no eyes and no legs?” I seem to recall it gets a tad obscene after that.

          1. I believe the punchline is actually “still no fucking idea”. You may reverse engineer the question from that. If you prefer a family friendly one (if you believe blind crippled and soon-to-be-tortured deers are family friendly), you can go for a deer with no eyes & no legs that’s on fire.

  2. I believe the joke is ‘What cheese do you use to hide a horse? Mascarpone!’

    I can supply many, many more cheese-based jokes on request.

  3. What did the Greek cheese say to himself in the mirror? Halloumi!

    What do you call cheese that isn’t yours? Nacho cheese!

    A cheese factory exploded in France. There was nothing left but de brie.

    How do you handle dangerous cheese? Caerphilly!

    Some bloke threw cheese at me in the supermarket the other day. I thought to myself, ‘how dairy’.

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