Angel Summoner and BMX Bandit
Ásgeir - Heart Shaped Box
Franz Joseph Haydn -
String Quartet No. 1 in B minor, Op. 33, H 3/37
Hamza El Din - The Water Wheel
|—||Jomo Kenyatta (1st president of Kenya)|
Toilet humor was the thing in Middle Ages. If your joke didn’t contain any body parts or bodily fluids it had to be really harsh on a public figure or even the royalty, to get a good laugh.
One of the most famous collections of medieval jokes is Facetiae by Poggio Bracciolini (1380-1459). For example:
In Florence, a young woman, somewhat of a simpleton, was on the point of delivering a baby. She had long been enduring acute pain, and the midwife, candle in hand, inspected her secret area, in order to ascertain if the child was coming. “Look also on the other side,” said the poor creature, “my husband has sometimes taken that road.”
You can read more jokes from the book here.
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