♫ “Medley: Emilia’s / Always In The Way / Helena” by The Stanislawski Polka Band (with Walt Solek)
The laughter-only verses in “Emilia’s” (0:32 & 1:18) always get me, especially when the second one goes off the rails. “Always In The Way” (1:51) has a surprising topic for a polka. And “Helena” is “cute and gay”.
Why did the banker bring chicken soup to COVID-19 patients?
He wanted to fill the coughers.
(This is a reverse knock-knock joke.)
Go away! Now I have to disinfect my door. :(
How many rolls of toilet paper does it take to survive a pandemic?
ALL OF THEM
How many pandemic-deniers does it take to change a lightbulb?
Fifty-one, in violation of the ban on large gatherings.
What’s the difference between COVID-19 and a baseball?
Catching a baseball is fun.
Why did the coronavirus cross the road?
To infect the other side.
♫ “Frosty The Snowman” by Santa Sabbath (to the tune of “Paranoid” by Black Sabbath)
There’s a music video with lyrics.
(I think I heard of Santa Sabbath via Tim Hulsizer.)
♫ “Poolside Polka” by Rotondi
“Love is in your eyes, and the streets are / awash with new chlorine”
I drew a Before Sleep strip of the chorus:
♫ “Dead Puppies” by Ogden Edsl
A dreadful ditty for the spookiest month.