Thanks to Nigel Jamie Bangs who shared this gag on my Facebook group, The Joke Street Journal (please join if you want some good laughs).
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And that got me thinking.
So I started writing…
…and came up with the following:
Déjà Boo: Boring people with ghost stories when it isn’t Halloween
Déjà Blue: Long-standing UK Conservative voter
Déjà Brew: (UK) Teabag in cup with boiling water having been forgotten for an hour
Déjà Choo: Rather worn-out pair of exceedingly expensive ladies’ high-heeled shoes
Déjà Crew: Down-route airline cabin attendants with bad hangovers on return flight
Déjà Flew: Elderly Boeing 737 used by airlines in developing countries
Déjà Goo: A recipe destined to look and taste like sludge no
matter what you do to it
Déjà Loo: An ancient British toilet
Déjà Moo: Well hung, properly matured beef
Déjà Phew: That sense in intense relief when you finally make it to the toilet
Déjà Poo: The feeling that you’ve heard all this crap before (the original gag)
Déjà Pru: Someone who is immune to any attempt at selling them insurance
Déjà Queue: Waiting in line for 2 days prior to the sales
Déjà Stew: Meat on its final sell-by date
Déjà Sue: A lost legal cause, not worth a lawsuit
Déjà Woo: A multiple divorcee
How many more can you come up with?
Go on – get creative!
More good laughs – and they’re useful, too:
“The English Language Joke book”…hundreds of laughs about this crazy language of ours
“Banana Skin Words and how not to slip on them”…over 1,500 spelling and grammar tips to perfect your written English
“English to English: the A to Z of British-American translations”…more than 2,000 business and social terms from the USA, the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand