TV channel Dave has announced the winner of its fourteenth Dave's Funniest Joke of the Fringe award.
Here is the top 10 in full:
I started dating a zookeeper, but it turned out he was a cheetah.
The most British thing I've ever heard? A lady who said 'Well I'm sorry, but I don't apologise.'
Last year I had a great joke about inflation. But it's hardly worth it now.
When women gossip we get called bitchy; but when men do it's called a podcast.
I thought I'd start off with a joke about The Titanic - just to break the ice.
How do coeliac Germans greet each other? Gluten tag.
My friend got locked in a coffee place overnight. Now he only ever goes into Starbucks, not the rivals. He's Costa-phobic.
I entered the 'How not to surrender' competition and I won hands down.
Nationwide must have looked pretty silly when they opened their first branch.
My grandma describes herself as being in her 'twilight years' which I love because they're great films.
As in previous years, the competition was run using an industry panel to comb the festival to compile a list of jokes that could take part in a survey of 2,000 members of the pubic. To ensure that there is no bias towards well-known comedians, the jokes were listed in the voting with no reference to the comedian that wrote and performed them - meaning it is purely judged on the humour of the jokes themselves.
Treen says: "I am blooming chuffed to have won Dave's best joke of the fringe! Are you kidding! I can't wait to tell my mum! It is already such a wonderful joy to be debuting at the Edinburgh Fringe this year, and this is a lovely thing on top. A huge thank you for awarding my stupid joke with this title!"
Dave channel director Cherie Hall said: "It's that time of year again - Dave's Joke of the Fringe - and this year we are thrilled to award Lorna Rose Treen's joke with the win. We've got an amazing mix of jokes and comedians in our top 10 list this year, the quality of submissions will keep us laughing until next year!
"This is the 14th year of our sponsorship of the Joke of the Fringe, and Dave remains as committed as ever to showcasing the best in new comedy on the channel. We are really excited for the return of Outsiders and Big Zuu's Big Eats in the next few months."