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Monday, 21 August 2017

'I'm not an enthusiast of the new pound coin, but rather on the other hand, I loathe all change!': Edinburgh Fringe's ten most entertaining jokes are uncovered

Ken Cheng, pictured, won the prize for best joke at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with ¿I¿m not a fan of the new pound coin, but then again, I hate all change¿

Its cumbersome shape has caused a cerebral pain for anybody utilizing old stopping meters and candy machines.

In any case, for one comic at the current year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the new 12-sided £1 coin gave some honor winning motivation.

Ken Cheng has scooped the prize for the most entertaining joke at the celebration with his joke: 'I'm not a fanatic of the new pound coin, but rather on the other hand, I detest all change.'

The comic, an expert poker player who achieved the last of the 2015 BBC New Comedy Awards, beat off close rivalry from family unit satire names Frankie Boyle and Alexei Sayle.

Boyle came next with his joke: 'Trump's in no way like Hitler. It is highly unlikely he could compose a book', while Sayle came third with his jest: 'I've surrendered posing explanatory inquiries. What's the point?'

The honor, Dave's Funniest Joke of The Fringe, is exhibited by advanced TV channel Dave.

A board of ten parody commentators visited settings all through the celebration tuning in to jokes before naming their six top choices.

The waitlist was then put to 2,000 individuals who voted in favor of the victors.

Cheng, who dropped out of examining maths at Cambridge University to play online poker professionally, stated: 'I am exceptionally glad to have won. As a tribute, I will name my firstborn child after this honor and call him "Joke of the Fringe".'

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