Ant Eating (second-hand)

Today, a short tale of eating out whilst abroad…

A traveller in southern Africa, after a busy day on safari, stops at a roadside cafe for dinner.  After perusing the menu, he questions the waiter:

Traveller: I was thinking of having the aardvark steak, but I’m sure I’ve read that aardvark is poisonous.

Waiter: Aardvark is mildly toxic, but only in very large quantities.  A little aardvark never hurt anyone.

Boom! Boom!

4 thoughts on “Ant Eating (second-hand)

  1. Stuart Ffoulkes says:

    I was thinking it could be the start of a series – maybe next a gag involving an animal beginning with “B”…

    X could be tough though thought I (look at that, three words in a row each of which just adds one letter to its predecessor)- xiphosuran was the only animal-related word I could find and it’s hard to foresee a decent joke using that (but luckily, I have set the bar pretty low).

  2. matathew says:

    I heard another pretty awful joke at my running club last night…

    A group of multinational friends arrives at a London restaurant. Among the friends is an Englishman, an Irishman, a Scotsman, a Frenchman, a German, an Italian, a Sri Lankan, an American, an Algerian, a Hungarian, a Tibetan, a Croatian, a Mongolian and a Peruvian. Unfortunately the head waiter refuses entry to the entire group, saying “Sorry, you’re not allowed in here without a Thai.”

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