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Tall Tails

Q: Why do cats make terrible storytellers? A: They only have one tail! Explanation: A tale is a story.  If you are a teller of tales you are a storyteller. A tail is the part of of an animal that … Continue reading

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Dressed to the Nines

Q: What is the difference between a well-dressed bicyclist and a poorly dressed unicyclist? A: Attire! Explanation: Let’s start with some vocabulary: Well-dressed means to wear nice clothing (it is the opposite of poorly dressed); A bicyclist is a person who … Continue reading

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Is it legal?

Q: Can you keep a sick, bald bird in your house? A: No, that’s ill-eagle! Explanation: Many of us are staying home so that the world can flatten the coronavirus curve.  With that in mind, I offer you an eagle joke … Continue reading

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A Pirate Looks at Forty (+ 40)

Q: What did the ol’ pirate say on his birthday? A: Aye, matey! Explanation: Happy birthday, matey, and have some cake!  “Matey” means pal or friend. Ol’ means old; the apostrophe (‘) replaces the ‘d’ in old just like the apostrophe … Continue reading

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Bear Crossing

Q: What do you get when you cross a bear with a forest? A: Fur trees!   Explanation: Can you imagine a tree with fur growing on it?  No, fur grows on animals, specifically, on mammals. Trees can’t grow fur, but … Continue reading

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Fire Away!

Q: What does an angel use to light a campfire? A: A match made in heaven!   Explanation: When people go camping, sometimes they will build a campfire for cooking, roasting marshmallows, or telling stories. To build a fire you need … Continue reading

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The Cows Might Be Listening

Q: Why shouldn’t you tell secrets on a farm? A: Because the potatoes have eyes and the corn has ears! Explanation: Ah, yes- more food jokes! When you look at a potato, you will see it has small bumps sticking out.  … Continue reading

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Stealth

Q: What kind of shoes does a ninja wear? A: Sneakers! Explanation:  A very long time ago in Japan, ninjas worked as secret agents for the government; they were spies who were trained in the martial art of ninjutsu.  They were known … Continue reading

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Among the Hidden

Q: Can a leopard hide anywhere he wants? A: No, he is always spotted! Explanation:  If you have ever seen a leopard, you will know that leopards have spots. Spots are the round marks that a leopard has on its fur. … Continue reading

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Bogged Down

Q: What is the difference between a pirate and a cranberry farmer? A: A pirate buries his treasure while a cranberry farmer treasures his berries! Explanation:  Cranberries are a sour fruit, related to blueberries, that are used to make cranberry sauce and … Continue reading

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