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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
Q: What’s the difference between a guitar and a fish? A: You can’t tuna fish! Explanation: Tuna fish? No, tune – a – fish. You see, for a guitar to sound good, you have to tune it. A fish cannot be tuned… but … Continue reading
It’s not easy being green
Q: What’s green and sings? A: Elvis Parsley! Explanation: This joke is a play on words- “parsley”, a leafy green used as food, sounds a lot like “Presley” the last name of the famous singer, Elvis Presley. Parsley, Presley, Parsley, … Continue reading
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Luke at me!
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!
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Q: Why did the invisible man turn down a job offer? A: He just couldn’t see himself doing it! Explanation: The invisible man is a book by H. G. Wells and also a movie. If you are invisible no one … Continue reading
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7 8 9
Q: Why was 6 afraid of 7? A: Because 7, 8, 9! Explanation: If you read the numbers is sounds like seven-eight (ate)-nine. And if I were 6, I, too, would be afraid of seven if it is eating other … Continue reading
Snowman and Vampire
Q. What do you get when you cross a snowman with a vampire? A. Frostbite. Explanation: This is a common type of joke that is funny because you cross (combine) one thing with another (usually two things that do not … Continue reading
Red all over? No, read all over.
Q: What is black and white and red all over? A: A newspaper! Explanation: This joke plays on the word red/ read. “Red” is a color, like black and white. “Read”(pronounced “red”) is the past tense of read (every day … Continue reading