Wedding Jokes | Best Man Jokes
Ok, so our poll suggests that more of us may love our mother-in-laws than you might expect, but that doesn't mean that we can't use the whole thing as a cheap excuse to make a load of old Les Dawson gags. Here, compiled for your pleasure are a number of mother-in-law jokes, some great, some good, some bloody awful. Enjoy!
One's rather exclusive family album: As he turns 80, a glimpse inside Snowdon's royal archives
The Earl of Snowdon has preferred to spend his professional life behind the camera. Now, as he approaches his 80th birthday this weekend, he has no intention of retiring and remains engagingly frank about his work - and the whole notion of celebrity.
The Mother in Law
'I can always tell when the mother in law's coming to stay; the mice throw themselves on the traps.' Thus said the late, questinably great comedian, Les Dawson pictured here on the left in his guise as Ada Shufflebotham. Ah! those politically incorrect days of my childhood where no-one batted an eyelid at the now shocking racism and sexism in programmes like 'On the Buses' and many looked on Alf Garnet as a modern day hero rather than a parody of prejudice. This weekend, we're at the home of…
Les Dawson - Pumpkin FM - Old Time Radio
Leslie “Les” Dawson was an extremely popular English comedian remembered for his deadpan style, curmudgeonly persona and jokes about his mother-in-law and wife. His career as an entertainer began as a pianist in a Parisian brothel, that is if you
Still besotted by Les Dawson: Twenty years after his death his wife and daughter reveal they're still heartbroken over the comic genius who loved to say he was 'a fat man with a face like a collapsed sponge cake'
Les Dawson died in 1993 when he was 62 his wife Tracy was just 44. They had been married for four years, and their daughter, Charlotte, was only eight months old.