Many people respond to this question with jokes responses such as “To the elf centre” or “National elf” but where exactly would a sick gnome go to?
Well, some people say that, because they are supposed to be magical creatures that they do not get sick but sometimes they must do or, at least, they get injured from being out in the wild. What, then, happens to them? Well, the most likely answer is that there are some people within the gnome community who specialise in health care and so sick gnomes go to these ones. They can then be care for in special medical gnome centres which cannot be found or seen by humans and it is there that they can recover from their injuries.
If you like the joke response to the question that I mentioned at the start of this article, here are some other gnome jokes that you may enjoy:
- Why did the gnome take the subway to work? Because a metro-gnome is always on time.
- Why do gnomes laugh when they go for a run? Because the grass tickles their balls. Merry Christmas!
- What do you call a gnome who dresses nice? A metronome!
- Did you know garden gnomes wear little red hats? It’s a little gnome fact.
- What mythical creature keeps time for trains at the station? A metro-gnome.
- Did you hear a gnomes favorite sport is baseball? They love to score gnome runs.
- What do gnomes love to sing while gardening? Gnome Worry, Bee Happy.
- Why are gnomes rubbish rappers? They have gnome rhyme and gnome reason.
- Gnomes can be quite annoying when they’re indecisive, all they say is yes, gnome. maybe.
- Did you hear about the gnome city that doesn’t let humans through the gates? They call it Gno-man’s-land.
- Did you hear about the troupe of gnome dancers that robbed half the city blind? They had a good run, but the jig is up.
- What race makes for the edgiest bards? Rock gnomes.
- Why do sverfneblin make the best philosophers? Because they’re deep gnomes.
- Did you hear about Boddynock the Alchemist, who had that run-in with the undead? He was gno-match for them. But he’s all Wight now.
Where did Gnomes Originate?
The garden gnome, as we know it, originated in Germany. Gnomes are thought to have first be seen in the United Kingdom after Sir Charles Isham had been on a trip to Germany and brought 21 terra-cotta figures back. These figures were known as Gartenzwerg in Germany which is translated as garden dwarves. He placed these items around his home’s gardens and thus the first modern garden gnomes were born.
What is the Legend of the Gnome?
From the very beginning, gnomes were considered to be good luck charms. They represent a small race of humanoid males who live underground and have been around for centuries in ancient Roman mythology as well as European tradition thereafter.
What is the Meaning of the Gnomes?
Garden gnomes have been a part of our society for centuries. They once were thought to actually help the crops grow and protect your garden from pests, but now we know better! Gardeners used them at night when others would be sleeping because they believed that these small beings could keep away bad spirits or bothersome creatures like witches who want nothing more than trouble in return for their mischief done on Halloween night.
The old world belief was true – gardens needed protection against all sorts of problems including thieves seeking hand-me down tools while farmers looked upon these gold miners with envy before realizing what harm might come if one walked among his fields unthinkingly after dark so close.
In those days, no doubt many folks would have gladly traded places for a day and gone back home to tend their crops or work in the field where they were raised as opposed to facing an uncertain future on some far away mountainside just trying not show any sign that you’re from there because everyone knows how dangerous it is.
What do Garden Gnomes Symbolize?
Gnomes are supposed to represent good luck and this is something that people want for their gardens and yards traditionally to protect things such as minerals and buried treasure and also to keep the various things that they have there, such as plants, trees and grass, healthy and vibrant.
They are thought to be magical creatures with powers that can protect your yard, and the items contained within it, from evil. It is also thought that they have the ability and motivation to reward people with happiness.
With gnomes being associated with such things, along with other attributes such as their cheery disposition, big hats and quirky clothing, it is natural that they are popular with people and make for a great talking point.
For centuries, people have speculated about whether these little guys represent some kind of real-life creature from the soil or not – but there’s no concrete evidence to support this theory!