Catherinettes Day 25th November Humour, Jokes and Hats

Catherinettes 25th November

Women who have reached the age of 25 become 'Catherinettes', they have their own special day of celebration on 25th of November.

Catherinettes - Husbands, Hats and 25

Catherinettes 25th November

In France women who reach the age of 25 and are not married are called Catherinettes.  Their motto is: 'Lord, give me a husband who's bearable, or who can at least pass as bearable in the world!' Whereas French girls under 25 would pray: 'Lord, give me a well-situated husband. Let him be gentle, rich, generous, and pleasant!' Catherinettes form support groups, and they can be recognised by their hats, which are yellow (for faith) and green (for wisdom), topped off by some eye-catching feature.  Tradition has it that Catherinettes should wear the hat for the entire day without taking it off even indoors. Milliners in France, and elsewhere, have not been slow to produce ranges of hats to celebrate St Catherine's Day.

Catherinettes Humour

Mathematics of Marriage

  1. Smart man + smart woman = romanceCatherinette Humour
  2. Smart man + dumb woman = pregnancy
  3. Dumb man + smart woman = affair
  4. Dumb man + dumb woman = marriage
  5. Smart boss + smart employee = profit
  6. Smart boss + dumb employee = production
  7. Dumb boss + smart employee = promotion
  8. Dumb boss + dumb employee = overtime

St Catherine Day Jokes

A Question Of Marriage Guidance

Vicky, a young single lady visits the local dating agency and explains, 'I'm looking for a husband.  Can you please help me to find a suitable one?' The dating receptionist needs to find out some details so she asks, 'What are your requirements, please?' 'Well, let me see.' Vicky says, 'He needs to be fine looking, polite, humorous, sporty, knowledgeable, good at singing and dancing.  Willing accompany me the whole day at home during my leisure hours, if I don't go out.  Telling me interesting stories when I need companion for conversation and be silent when I want to rest.' Best Man Wedding Speech Jokes The receptionist listens politely and carefully and responds, 'I understand. You need a television.'

Catherinette One-liners

  • Marriage is a great institution, but I'm not ready for an institution yet.  Mae West.
  • 'It's the good girls who keep diaries; the bad girls never have the time.'  Tallulah Bankhead
  • A husband is like a fire, he goes out when unattended.
  • Marriage is an institution in which a man loses his bachelor's degree, and the woman gets her master's.

Why Women Are Beautiful

'God,' inquired Adam, 'Why did you make Eve so beautiful?' 'So you would love her.' 'But why did you make her so dumb?' 'So she would love you.'

Words To Describe Catherinettes

The alleged most commonly used words of endearment: Honey (48%), Baby (44%), Sweetheart (41%), Dear (39%), Lover (32%), Darling (31%), Sugar (24%), Angel (20%), Pumpkin (13%), Beautiful (6%).

St Catherine's Day

St Catherine Statue and Prayers

One custom is that on 25th of November girls should visit a statue of St Catherine, where they make a little prayer for a husband.
Saint Catherine be good We have no hope but you You are our protector Have pity on us We implore you on our knees Help us to get married For pity's sake, give us a husband For we're burning with love Deign to hear the prayer Which comes from our overburdened hearts Oh you who are our mother Give us a husband
In England we have a shorter folk saying:
St Catherine, St Catherine, O lend me thine aid, And grant that I never may die an old maid.

St Catherine of the Wheel

St Catherine 25th November

St Catherine of Alexandria, (Saint Catherine of the Wheel) was sentenced the Roman Emperor Maxentius, the barbaric method in favour for women was torture then death on the wheel.  However, when Catherine was placed on the wheel it was the one that broke.  She was then beheaded, and later achieved the status of Saint.  Incidentally, Joan of Arc said that Saint Catherine appeared to her on more than one occasion.   Footnote: Please send us your funny items for Catherinettes' Day - 25th November.