TV channel Gold have revealed the results of their annual competition to find the top ten funniest festive Christmas cracker jokes.
Did you hear about the Christmas cake on display in the British Museum? It was Stollen.
Why is Elon Musk's Christmas dinner so awkward? He can't stop talking about his X.
Why isn't Barbie having turkey for Christmas dinner this year? Chic-Ken is enough.
Why aren't any schools allowed to put on a nativity this year? They couldn't find a stable building.
What impact will the 20mph speed limit in Wales have on the charts this year? Chris Rea will be driving home for Easter.
What happened to Mark Zuckerberg's novelty jumper when he had a cage fight with Elon Musk? He was left with nothing but Threads.
What's the difference between The Polar Express and HS2? One's a fantasy about a train and the other's a film with Tom Hanks.
What did Robert Oppenheimer get Barbie for Christmas? Atomic Kenergy.
Why are the train drivers on the naughty list this year? Because they've already had three strikes!
How does Margot Robbie decorate her Nativity scene? With 3 wise Ken.
Now in its eleventh year, the Gold competition challenged the British public to tweet original festive gags to enter the competition. Entries were shortlisted by a panel of judges - led by comedy critic Bruce Dessau - and put to an anonymous public vote of 2,000 British adults to reveal the winning jokes. The top six jokes are included within bespoke boxes of Gold's Christmas crackers, which will be presented to this year's winners.
The author of the winning joke, comedy writer Chris Douch, aged 37 from Oxfordshire, received the top prize of £1,500 towards a holiday, a festive hamper, a box of bespoke Gold Christmas Crackers and a novelty turkey costume from Gold show Blood Actually: A 'Murder, They Hope' Mystery as worn by Lee Mack.
Bruce Dessau says: "Despite the tumultuous times of the past year, the British public has once again found the silver, or in this case gold, lining in some cheerful jokes. This year's modern Christmas cracker jokes, spanning from cultural hit Barbenheimer and the misadventures of Parisian bed bugs, to seemingly never-ending strikes and terrible train woes, prove that we are a nation with an unwaveringly inventive sense of humour."
Gerald Casey, Gold channel director, adds: "This year has witnessed a wealth of comedic talent in our competition, perfectly combining festive funnies and cultural moments of 2023. We hope this year's jokes can provide a hearty laugh alongside Gold's Christmas programming, including much-loved classic episodes and our new star-packed scripted comedy Blood Actually, the latest addition to Gold's hugely popular Murder, They Hope series."