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Run the Good Race

Q: What race is never run? A: A swimming race! Explanation: Thank you to a swimming friend who sent me this joke. This explanation will be short, maybe abut 50 meters, the length of an olympic swimming pool.  Yes, I know, … Continue reading

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Sour Milk

Q: What do you call a mean cow? A: Moo-dy! Explanation: Wow, there are a lot of jokes about cows! As you may know, cows say “moo.”  If you don’t believe me you can listen to Old McDonald, “with a moo-moo … Continue reading

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Ebb and Flow

Q: What did one toilet say to the other toilet? A: You look flushed. Explanation: After using a toilet, you need to move the lever that sends swirling water down into the sewer.  Moving that lever is called flushing.  To … Continue reading

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Standing for Liberty

Q: Why does the Statue of Liberty stand in New York Harbor? A: Because she can’t sit down! Explanation: Happy 4th of July to readers in the United States!  Wishing you a healthy and safe Independence Day. This joke sets … Continue reading

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Bug Fest

Q: How do snails fight? A: They slug it out. Explanation: “Slug it out” is an expression that means to fight.  Slug also means hit; if you slug someone, you hit someone.  In baseball, a slugger is someone who good … Continue reading

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Hat Trick

Q: What did one hat say to the other? A: You stay here.  I’m going on ahead! Explanation: “To go on ahead” or “to go ahead” means to move forward to do something while leaving the other person behind. That is … 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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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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Keyless Piano Teacher

Q: How did the music teacher get locked in the classroom? A: His keys were inside the piano! Explanation:  Well, the word “keys” in this joke has two meanings: 1) Keys are the white and black parts of the piano … Continue reading

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