Category Archives: kids jokes

February Cannot

Q: Can February March? A: No, but April May! Explanation: Happy Groundhog’s Day! Or Groundhog Day?  Hmmm… The above joke plays with the months and the double meaning of some of the words. “To march” means to walk with a regular pace … Continue reading

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You Have the Right to …

Q: Why did the belt get arrested? A: Because it held up a pair of pants! Explanation: To hold up: this phrase has more than one meaning.  You could take a magic wand in your hands and hold it up in the air … Continue reading

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November Flowers?

Q: If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring? A: Pilgrims! Explanation: Happy Thanksgiving!!  This is one of my favorite jokes and one that I did not understand when I was a kid. In the northern hemisphere spring comes around … Continue reading

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Attorney Wear

Q: What do lawyers wear to court? A: Lawsuits! Explanation: There are many, many lawyer jokes; this is just one example. Lawyers go to court to represent plaintiffs (civil court), defendants (civil court and criminal court) and the prosecution (criminal court).  When … Continue reading

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Polished Bread

Q: What happens if you eat yeast and shoe polish? A: Every morning you will rise and shine! Explanation: Yeast is the ingredient in bread that makes it rise; if there is no yeast or the yeast is dead you will get … Continue reading

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Incognito

Q: What do you call a fake noodle? A: An Impasta! Explanation: Noodles, such as spaghetti noodles, can be called pasta. An imposter is a person who pretends to be someone else. So, a fake noodle is an “impasta” which sounds … Continue reading

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Please sir, I want some more

Q: Did you hear about the hungry clock? A: It went back four seconds! Explanation: To “go back for seconds” means to serve yourself more food from the kitchen, the serving dishes or perhaps the buffet line.  And you only “go back for … Continue reading

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