Category Archives: Knock knock
Knock Knock. Who’s there? A little old lady. A little old lady who? I didn’t know you could yodel! Ah, the beauty of a knock knock joke and Alpine music. Yodeling is a type of singing where the singer changes … Continue reading
Knock knock! Who’s there? Queen Queen who? Queen yourself, I can smell you through the door. Explanation: This knock-knock joke comes from GRIN:) at http://goodriddlesnow.com/jokes/by/knock-knock-jokes. It is funny because it plays on the similar sounding words “queen” and “clean.” The listener … Continue reading
Knock, knock! Who’s There? Theodore. Theodore who? Theodore is stuck and it won’t open! Explanation: Yesterday, teddy bears. Today, Theodore: thee-o door. The last part of the name “Theodore” sounds like “door.” If you say the whole name fast it … Continue reading
Knock, knock. Who’s there? Luke. Luke who? You look like you want to hear another knock knock joke! Explanation: You see, “Luke” sounds like “look.” So, you look like you want to hear another knock knock joke!
Knock, knock! Who’s There? Ash. Ash who? Bless you! Explanation: Ash who? Sounds like “Achoo!” “Achoo” is how the sound of a sneeze is written in English in the United States. So when the asker asks “Ash who?” it … Continue reading
Q: Where does a snowman keep his money? A: In a snow bank. Explanation: This joke plays on the word “bank”. A bank is a place where people keep their money; a snowbank is a pile of snow (which is … Continue reading