It's Christmas Eve, so in this blog we thought we'd simply wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
If you're taking time off between Christmas and New Year we hope you have a relaxing and enjoyable time. If you're working, we know how you feel! Either way, just make sure your systems and data are as secure as they can be. If you would like some pointers, why not take a look at yesterday's blog, Your Data security Checklist for the Festive Period.
To finish, here are a few terrible cracker jokes to while away some time and try out on your colleagues, family and friends. We're betting they have probably
suffered heard many of them before. We can't claim the credit for them. They all came out of the crackers at our rather splendid Christmas bash.
Who's the bane of Santa's life?
The elf and safety officer.
How does Good King Wenceslas like his pizzas?
Deep and crisp and even.
On which side do chickens have most feathers?
What's the slogan for the Eskimo lottery?
You've got to be Inuit to win it!
What's Santa's favourite motorbike?
A Holly Davidson.
A man goes to see his doctor and says, "Doctor, I have a lettuce stuck in my bottom."
The doctor takes a look and replies, "That's just the tip of the iceberg."
What do frogs wear on their feet?
Open toad sandals.
Why are pirates so cool?
Because they Arrrrrrr.
What award do the best door knocker makers receive?
The no bell prize.
What do you call a man under a pile of leaves?
What do you call a woman between two goalposts?
Why is it so difficult to teach dogs to dance?
Because they have two left feet.
Which athlete is warmest in winter?
A long jumper.
What did the shy pebble say?
I wish I was a little boulder.