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Get Going

Knock, knock. Who’s there? Cargo. Cargo, who? Car go, “Beep beep, vroom, vroom!” Explanation: A knock knock joke to get you moving. Cargo is the word for goods (things) carried by a ship, train, or truck from one place to … Continue reading

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Cutting Corners

Q: What stays in the corner but travels all around the world? A: A stamp! Explanation: What fun it would be to travel around the world!  A stamp is that little sticker that you put in the corner of an … Continue reading

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Chew Chew Train

Q: What’s the difference between a teacher and a train?? A: A teacher says, “Spit out that gum!” and a train says, “Chew! Chew!” Explanation: Or perhaps the train says, “Choo, choo?!?” In most schools gum is not allowed.  If a … Continue reading

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Crazy Train

Q: What is the craziest way to travel? A: Loco-motive! Explanation: A sort-of bilingual joke!  ¡Que bueno!  The Spanish word “loco” means “crazy” in English.  A locomotive is a train.  Therefore, a loco-motive is a crazy-travel machine.  But just in this joke- I … Continue reading

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