* What’s a Grecian urn? A lot less than a few years ago.
* What’s Greece’s capital? About 20 euros.
* A Greek, an Irishman and a Portuguese woman order drinks in a bar, who picks up the tab? A German.
* Why is the Eurozone like a dirty frying pan? They’ve both got Greece at the bottom.
*The Eurozone has changed its Facebook currency status from single to it’s complicated.
* The European Union is advertising a new tender for printing euro – they’re looking for someone who can do it on Greece-proof paper.
* A small Spanish village twinned with a similar village in Greece.
To celebrate the twinning, the Greek mayor visited his Spanish counterpart.
He was very impressed by the Spaniard’s palatial home an asked how the mayor of a small village could afford such luxury.
The Spanish mayor said, “See that bridge over there? The EU gave us a grant to construct a two-lane bridge but we built a one-lane bridge with traffic lights at both ends and I was able to build my home with the money saved.
The following year the Spanish mayor visited her Greek counterpart and was amazed by his large and expensively fitted-out mansion.
She asked how the mayor of a small Greek village could afford such a home.
He said, “See that bridge over there?”
The Spanish mayor replied, “No.”