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Toothless

Q: What do you call a bear with no teeth? A: A gummy bear! Explanation: The soft, red part that your teeth seem to come out of is called your gums.  When you lose a tooth your gums will probably bleed a … Continue reading

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Sad Fruit

Q: What fruit do you eat when you are sad? A: Blueberries. Explanation: In English some colors are associated with feelings.  Blue is associated with sadness.  When you “feel blue” it means that you are feeling sad. If the berries are blue … Continue reading

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Musical Teeth

Q: What musical instrument is found in the bathroom? A: A tuba toothpaste. Explanation: A ‘tuba‘ is a large musical instrument, a brass instrument, that plays very low notes when you blow into it. A tube of toothpaste is, well, toothpaste … Continue reading

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Apple or Blueberry?

Q: What’s the best thing to put into a pie? A: Your teeth! Explanation:    Mmmmmm!  I love a good pie!  I love to sink my teeth into a good pie (“Sink your teeth into” is also an idiom)! When someone asks … Continue reading

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Chicken Little

Q: Why did the Easter egg hide? A: Because he was a little chicken! Explanation:    An egg will soon become a chicken so you could say that an egg is a little chicken, a small chicken (OK, I know that an egg … Continue reading

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The Egg’s on You

Q: Why shouldn’t you tell an egg a joke? A: Because it might crack up! Explanation:  To crack up means to start laughing (sometimes it also means to to go crazy).  When you break an egg you first crack it open. … Continue reading

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Your Future is Very Clear

Q: What kind of cookies make you rich? A: Fortune cookies! Explanation: If you have a lot of money you have a fortune.  The cookies that they give you in Chinese restaurants are called fortune cookies. This joke is funny because it … Continue reading

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