Okay, clearly the bar has been lowered... I'll join in. This joke is a true story so the punchline lacks... punch, but try to imagine it as I heard it, from a skinny, unshaven and acutely schizophrenic old man in a street cafe. Mr Woods: Yes, society is indeed much more immoral these days... Why, I've even heard young girls crying out to be touched in a sexual way. Barrister: Where did you hear that, Mr Woods? Mr Woods: At my home, in my house. Barrister: ... Mr Woods: Of course, that might have been an hallucination. Barrister: Yes, I think it probably was. **** Another priceless gem from the incomparable Brian Woods. We were sharing a table and I noticed he was staring at my hands. Then, from out of the blue... Brian: I say, I say, I say, what do call a man with very small hands who uses them to explode in bed? Me: I don't know, what do you call a man with very small hands who uses them to explode in bed? Brian: You call him Brian. The deinstitutionalisation of mental patients in Australia has really paid off in terms of street theatre.