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On the Lookout

Q: What did the orange say to the banana when they were looking for the apple? A: Keep your eyes peeled! Explanation: It’s summer where I am (not -20º like the other place I call home) and it’s a great time … Continue reading

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Jam-packed

Q: Why was the baby strawberry crying?A: Because her parents were in a jam! Explanation: Jam is a type of food that is typically made of fruit.  Jam is usually spread on another food like bread or toast (like the way … Continue reading

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Egg-cellent Spin

Q: How do you make a Chinese egg roll? A: Just give it a little push! Explanation: Many families will be celebrating Easter this weekend, so an egg joke seemed appropriate. A Chinese egg roll is a type of food served … Continue reading

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Run, Run as Fast as You Can

Q: What does the gingerbread boy put on his bed? A: Cookie sheets! Explanation: A gingerbread boy is a type of cookie that is made out of gingerbread and cut in the shape of a person.  Many people in the … Continue reading

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Make Me a Drink

Frankenstein: Hey witch, can you make me a glass of lemonade? Witch: Poof!  You’re a glass of lemonade! Explanation: The word ‘poof‘ in this joke is the sound of a witch casting a spell.  (I could have used the word zap … Continue reading

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Hippity Hoppity

Q: Where does the Easter Bunny go to eat pancakes? A:  To IHOP, of course! Explanation: IHOP is the shortened name for the International House of Pancakes.  It is pronounced I-Hop.  Hop: that is what rabbits do when they move; rabbits do not … 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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