Or maybe they won't. I don't know. I'm always getting satirical jokes mixed up with being jabbed in the eyes by a sheet of rolled-up sandpaper.
Anyway, it's nearly time for the jokes. I hope you think they're ok. But, y'know, if don't like them that's alright, I suppose. I won't think any differently of you. I just hope you give them a chance, yeah. Well, I'm off now. Hope you like the satirical pancake jokes. Bye then. I'll see you soon. Yeah, bye. Bye then. Hope you like the pancake jokes. Yeah, bye. See you. Jokes then.
ANSWER: Peter Pancake.
QUESTION: Please, if you eat so many pancakes that you develop pancreatitis, what is this called?
ANSWER: Panc' ache.
QUESTION: What do you get if you cross a pancake with a clambake and the British Prime Minister?
ANSWER: David Panclameron.
QUESTION: What is yellow and round and makes you groan?
QUESTION: Which yellow and round hotel did Elvis Presley sing about?
ANSWER: Pancake Hotel (Heartbreak Hotel).
QUESTION: What does Paul Weller like to put on the pancakes?
ANSWER: The Jam.
QUESTION: What is yellow and round and brown on top?
QUESTION: What's the best way to ruin a pancake party?
ANSWER: Cancel it.
QUESTION: What's yellow and round and has a safety pin through it.
ANSWER: A punkake.
QUESTION: What's the secret of a really good pancake?
ANSWER: Following a recipe.
QUESTION: What's yellow and round and floats in a swimming pool.
ANSWER: Floating pancake.
QUESTION: What's yellow and round and does martial arts?
ANSWER: Kung Fu Pancake.
QUESTION: Why did the pancake go to the museum?
ANSWER: Pancake reasons.
QUESTION: Who are the best people to invite for breakfast on Shrove Tuesday?
ANSWER: Keith Lemon, Alan Sugar and Romm-bhus Cutlery.
QUESTION: How does the suspended president of FIFA like to greet his pancake mix?
ANSWER: "'Sup Batter?" (Sepp Blatter).
QUESTION: Who should you hire if you want your garden covered in pancakes?
ANSWER: A landcrepe gardener.
QUESTION: If a pancake could talk, what would it say?
ANSWER: Nothing at first.
QUESTION: Why do pancakes suddenly appear every time you are near?
ANSWER: You're better off not knowing.