For those who weally, weally weplace “r” with “w” in their speech, the following joke was cited on Twitter on February 17, 2010:
“Thinking about robbing a kitchen. Might get caught, but that’s a whisk I’m willing to take.”
The joke has slightly different wording in the beginning, but “whisk I’m willing to take” is always the punchline.
Thinking about robbing a kitchen. Might get caught, but that’s a whisk I’m willing to take.
8:23 AM - 17 Feb 2010
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Wheel Of Destiny • 5 years ago
I saw Jonathan Ross in a department store last week.
He was acting suspiciously, looking at the kitchen utensils so I walked up to him and said, “You’ll probably get caught if you steal anything.”
He replied, “Well, that’s the whisk I’m willing to take.”
My friend wanted to steal a kitchen utensil, and I said “But you might get arrested!” and he said “That’s a whisk I’m willing to take.”
11:22 AM - 13 Sep 2011
Funny har har, not funny peculiar
09-05-12, 12:12 PM
I saw Roy acting suspiciously in the kitchenware department at John Lewis and slipping an electric hand mixer into his bag.
“You’ll get nicked if they catch you.” I said.
“I know,” he replied, “But it’s a whisk I’m willing to take.”
My roommates might get angry at me for borrowing their cooking utensils, but that’s a whisk I’m willing to take.
8:18 PM - 15 Oct 2015
My roommates are concerned that i’m using their kitchen utensils, but that’s a whisk i’m willing to take. (self.oneliners)
submitted October 16, 2015 by ICanMakeUsername
My housemates may get angry at me for borrowing their cooking utensils;
but that is a whisk I’m willing to take.
9:40 AM - 6 Nov 2015
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