Friday’s Jokes, Quotes, Quizzlers and Teases!

WELCOME to FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18, 2022

Pop music: The Curry Charts :

  1. Poppadum Preach – Madonna
  2. Korma Chameleon – Culture Club
  3. Bhaji Trousers – Madness
  4. King Prawn Massala Drinks Are Free – Wham
  5. Dansak Queen – Abba
  6. Korma People – Pulp
  7. Tikka Chance On Me – Abba
  8. When I Phall in Love – Nat King Cole
  9. You Can’t Curry Love – Diana Ross and the Supremes
  10. Korma Police – Radiohead
  11. Things Can Only Get Bhuna – D:Ream
  12. Tears On My Pilau – Kylie Minogue
  13. It’s Bhuna Hard Days Night – The Beatles
  14. Brothers in Naans – Dire Straits
  15. Girlfriend in a Korma – The Smiths
  16. Pilau Talk – Doris Day
  17. It’s My Chapati and I Cry If I Want To ? – Dave Stewart/Barbara Gaskin
  18. I’m a Bhaji Girl – Aqua
  19. Sag Aloo – Black Lace
  20. Take That and Chapati – Take That
  21. Bhuna Round The World and I Can’t Find My Bhaji ? – Lisa Stansfield
  22. I Don’t Want To Dansak – Eddie Grant
  23. Dansak on the Ceiling – Lionel Richie
  24. We Are Jalfrezi – Sister Sledge
  25. Vindaloo – Abba
  26. I Don’t Want to Go to Chutney ? Elvis Costello
  27. Rice Rice Baby – Vanilla Rice
  28. Jalfrezi Jalfrezi Nights – Kiss
  29. Tandoori Deliver – Adam and the Ants
  30. Love me Tandoor – Elvis Presley
  31. We Don’t Have to Tikka Clothes Off ? Jermaine Jackson
  32. Bye Bye Balti – Bay City Rollers
  33. Bhuna to be Wild – Steppenwolf
  34. Livin’ Dhal – Cliff Richard
  35. Raita Here, Raita Now – Fatboy Slim
    That’s my story and I’m sticking to it! Have a GREAT WEEKEND people,
    stay safe, and whatever you do, don’t forget to laff it up! Peace, I am outta here! Eucman! 😁

q u o t e s o f t h e d a y

“A cellist in Oregon was arrested after police found over 100 pounds of
marijuana in his car trunk. Thankfully, when they pulled him over,
he didn’t resort to violins.” -Seth Meyers 😳

“Valentine’s Day: the day women all around the world wait eagerly to
discover the new and wonderful ways their husbands and boyfriends
will disappoint them.” -Jimmy Kimmel

“Two hundred cows recently died in a field in Wisconsin. Nobody knows
the cause of death, but they suspect boredom.” -Conan O’Brien

Guaranteed to Roll Your Eyes
Two older, successful businessmen met at a resort. One who had recently
retired was describing his life, “I get up late in the morning, have a light breakfast
and then I lie down on my veranda for a few hours and relax. In the afternoon I go
inside for lunch, have a great salad, fruits and cold fish, then I spend the rest of the
afternoon boating or playing golf or tennis… When it starts to get dark I have a great
dinner with the finest wines. I smoke a Cuban cigar. Then I go lie on my veranda again.”
The other gentleman acknowledges that this is a life to be envied. Later he reported the
conversation to his wife. She asked, “What’s his wife’s name?”
Her husband said, “I’m not sure, but I think it’s Veranda.” 😳

Thursdays’ Movie Trivia of the day! What movie is this quote from??? “
“I would have stayed for two thousand.”
“I would have paid four.”

Answer: Pretty Woman!
In this scene businessman Edward Lewis (Richard Gere) has just negotiated a fee of three thousand dollars for a full week of prostitute Vivian Ward’s time (Julia Roberts). Vivian thinks she has out negotiated Edward and says line one but Edward replies with line two. Edward has traveled to Hollywood, California to conclude a business deal and, after a chance meeting while asking directions, wants to hire Vivian to accompany him to some social functions. The interaction of Vivian’s street-savy mannerisms with Edward’s rarified level of society leads to some pretty funny situations. In the 1991 Academy Awards, Julia Roberts was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role but lost the Oscar to Kathy Bates in “Misery.” This was Ralph Bellamy’s final movie (he played businessman James Morse, who owned the shipyard that Edward was planning to purchase).

Friday’s Movie Trivia of the day! What movie is this quote from???
“Come on, Norman, they’re openin’ up the bar.”
“We’ve just got to get organized. We’ve got to get organized!

Thursday’s Quizzler is….​
The following are clues that describe words containing an “ant”. The clues do not refer to the words themselves, rather they refer to the word that must be added to the “ant”. For example, “an ant that is waiting for something to happen” would be “expectant” (expect ant). The ant may appear at the beginning or the end of the word. Where it appears is given in the hint should you need it.

  1. This ant will rely on you.
  2. The end of an ant’s trousers.
  3. The first ant.
  4. This will burn an ant severely.
  5. Two ants going to get married in secret.
  6. This ant rides up sloped driveways.

Answer: 1. dependant

  1. anthem
  2. adamant
  3. antacid
  4. antelope
  5. rampant

Friday’s Quizzler is…….
Each statement describes two words that when fused together create a new unrelated word (not a compound word). The clues do not necessarily indicate in which order the two words are attached. Example: This is the oldness of a tablet (pill + age = pillage).

1) This is a child of the ocean.
2) This is when an insect runs away to get married.
3) This is the monotone melody of a writing instrument.
4) This is the charge for setting a fractured bone.

LOOK for answers to today’s quizzlers in MONDAY’S Jokes, Quotes, Quizzlers & Teases! 😎 Like this newsletter? Want to receive it daily? Also, if you are on the list and do not want to continue to receive this email and would like your name removed from this distribution list, please send an email to the Eucman at Eucstraman@hotmail.com., https://dailyjokesquotesquizzlersandteases.wordpress.com/

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