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    The world's oldest jokes revealed by university research

    Researchers found examples of double-entendres buried in the Codex Exoniensis, a 10th century book of Anglo-Saxon poetry held at Exeter Cathedral Photo:

    They found the wry observation in the Codex Exoniensis, a 10th century book of Anglo-Saxon poetry held at Exeter Cathedral.

    It reads: What hangs at a mans thigh and wants to poke the hole that its often poked before? Answer: A key.


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    most revealing, almost as old as snow tiger and skuseys jokes then.

    lol its a good one!
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