A Little Funny Ha!Ha!
A group of primary school infants, accompanied by two female teachers, went on a field trip to Cheltenham races to see and learn about thoroughbred horses.
When it was time to take the children to the toilet, it was decided that the girls would go with one teacher and the boys would go with the other.
The teacher assigned to the boys was waiting outside the men's toilet when one of the boys came out and told her that none of them could reach the urinal.
Having no choice, she went inside, helped the boys with their pants, and began hoisting the boys up, one by one, holding their willies to direct the flow away from their clothes.
As she lifted one, she couldn't help but notice that he was unusually well endowed. Trying not to show that she was staring, the teacher said, 'You must be in year four.'
'No, madam,' he replied. 'I'm riding Silver Arrow in the 2.15.'
Tx to my good friend John Dutton for that one ;)
Cheltenham sits on the edge of the Cotswolds (in fact one of the prettiest Cotswold villages, Winchcombe, is just 7 miles away) and hosts one of the biggest horse races in the world, the Gold Cup but other than that is pretty much overlooked as tourist town - which is a shame.
Cheltenham has some of the finest Regency architecture (early 19th century) anywhere in Great Britain or Ireland.
The Promenade is a spectacular example of the style especially the borough council offices fronted by flower beds and a large pedestrianised street.
If you want to explore the Cotswolds then Cheltenham makes an ideal base with its bars, cafes, hotels and shops and those all important tourist sights.
Just north of the promenade and sadly obscured by the bus station is the impressive Crescent Terrace. A sweeping crescent of Georgian houses.
At the southern end of the Promenade is the Neptune Fountain. Made from Portland stone the fountain has been a feature here since 1893.