Coming soon on this Friday March 13th, the Red Nose Day. For those who may never heard about the initiative, this is an UK based campaign to raise money at home, school and even at work, by means of… fun! Every two years, people come together to make something funny and collect money for humanitarian causes. BBC offers TV entertainment and comedy shows to help inspire citizens and help them get involved and contribute. This year, the campaign will also launched in the USA.
For more information about the project and how to get involved, please visit the campaign website at http://www.rednoseday.com.
And speaking of #RedNoseDay I will finish this post sharing some of the most funny music-related jokes that people voluntarily sent to BBC Radio 3 today. Have fun! 😀
- How do you stop a violin being stolen? A: Put it in a viola case!
- How many solo singers does it take to change a lightbulb? A: One. She/he holds the lightbulb while the world revolves around him/her.
- How do you know when there’s a drummer at your front door? A: The knocking speeds up!
- How long does it take to tune a banjo? A: Nobody knows!
- Why are viola jokes so short? A: So that violinists can remember them… 🙂
- How do you get a viola player to do vibrato? A: Write ‘solo ‘ on the part…
- How many trumpet players does it take to pave a driveway? A: Eight… but only if you lay them out in a nice symmetrical pattern.
- How many folk singers does it take to change a lightbulb? A: Five. One to change the bulb, and four to sing a song about how good the old lightbulb used to be.
- A B flat, a G flat, and an E flat walk into a bar, and the bartender says, “Sorry, we can’t serve minors”