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The Bishop and His WifeThe Bishop of St. Asaph and his wife were on holiday in Spain and were just signing in to their hotel in Seville. Now, although bishops of the Church in Wales have a title their wives are plain "Mrs". So the good prelate wrote in the register: The Bishop of St. Asaph and Mrs. Williams. The hotel manager looked at the register in amazement and taking the Bishop to one side said , 'In Spain, Bishop, we are not as is commonly said, narrow-minded, and it is no concern of mine what your relationship is with this woman, but do you not think you could conduct this affair a little more discreetly?'
My Wife is from WalesMartyn Williams from Carmarthen, South Wales, was visiting London for the first time. He really wanted to buy a hat and the one he chose was priced at £20 [$35 USD]. Martyn spoke to the shop assistant, 'Back home in Carmarthen I could get a hat like this for only £5.' The assistant answered, 'Well, sir, the thing is we have large shop window here, often in the sun, and when the hats fade we send them to places like Carmarthen. And by the way my wife comes from Carmarthen. You may have known her. She was Blodwyn Thomas, who lived at the bakery.' 'Yes, I know her, boyo,' replied Martyn smiling. 'She was very pretty. I took her out many a time. But you know, when things get a bit faded in Carmarthen we send them to London.'
KnittingMrs Evans pulled Mrs Jones out of earshot of the front room, where Mrs. Jones' lovely young daughter, Mefanwe, sat. 'It is really none of my business,' whispered Mrs Evans, 'but have you noticed what your daughter is doing?' 'Why, no. Is she up to anything special?' Mrs Evans leaned closer. 'Haven't you noticed? She's started knitting tiny garments.' Mrs Jones' troubled brow cleared. 'Well, thank goodness,' she said smiling, 'at last she's taken an interest in something besides running around with boys.'
Insurance SettlementAlthough it was some time since her husband died, the Welsh widow remained inconsolable. To the insurance rep who came round to settle her late husband's policy she declared in tears, 'You know I'd give half this money to have my Evan back again.'
Welsh and NumbersTwo Welshmen, Dylan and Glyn, are sitting on a park bench reading their newspapers. Dylan notices the headline, '12 Brazilian Soldiers Killed.' Turning to Glyn, Dylan (Dull'un) enquires, 'Just how many is a Brazilian?'
- The Wizard of Oswestry
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- Look You Back in Bangor
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Welsh TravelA well spoken English gentleman sauntered into a pub in Llandrindod Wells and drawled, 'What's the quickest way to get to Brecon from here?' Rhodri Owen, the landlord answered, 'Are you walking or going by car?' The Englishman answered, 'By car, of course, my man.' 'Well, that's the quickest way,' retorted the landlord smartly.
Lloyd George Knew Who?David Lloyd George's amours were notorious, though curiously not at all damaging to his career. During the Great War his daughter Megan was trying to crash a bread queue in Wales. 'Who do you think you are?' cried the Welsh housewives. 'I'm Lloyd George's daughter,' she said proudly, to which they all answered, 'So are we.' Footnote: Lloyd George was the British prime minister 1916-22. For those with long memories it's a case of history repeating itself. Lloyd George's infamous 'cash for peerages', today's 'Cash for questions'. In fact the song 'Lloyd George knew my father, father knew Lloyd George' was a satirical take of the fact everybody knew someone who Lloyd George knighted.
- For one grudge game in January, Bedwas 3rds were a player short and they asked around for a replacement. Cecil, who used to be a utility player for the Leicester 1st XV, said he would be delighted to play. After a particularly bad game Dai said 'Cecil may have been known as a utility player at Leicester, but at Bedwas he would for ever be known as a futility player'.
Classic Welsh Rugby Joke Q: What do call an Englishman holding a bottle of champagne after a 6 Nations game? A: Waiter. Welsh rugby jokes have been moved from by here, to by there.
How to Spell AberystwythMorgan, a youngster, was describing in an essay his holiday in Aberystwyth, astonished and delighted his teacher by spelling the town's name correctly every time he used it. The next, day Miss Jones, his teacher called him to the front of the class and said, 'Show the class how well you can spell. Write "Aberystwyth" on the blackboard.' 'Please, Miss Jones, I can't anymore,' Morgan pleaded, 'I've eaten all my rock.'
Living in Rural WalesTwo men, Cadwaladr and Dewi shared an old two-roomed farmhouse somewhere west of Llanfarian. Cadwaladr grumbled to a visitor, 'Dewi makes life unbearable at times. He keeps sheep and goats in the bedroom and it smells terrible.' 'Why don't you open the window?' came the reply. 'What, and let all my pigeons escape?'
The Interesting History of 'to welsh' (note the small 'w')Permit me to digress. Where do you think Joe Montana comes from? Most likely his forebears came from the American state of that name. Pursuing this theme, the locals in Bridgend use this linguistic technique to differentiate between Dai London, who is an Englishman from that city, and Dai who was raised in the village of Coity. Back to welshing; now we can visualise how this verb originates from Englishmen who cannot pay their way; they flee from their native shires of Hereford or Shropshire, and end up in Wales to hide from the bailiffs. They have welshed on their debts in England.
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