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You Can Bank On It

Q: What runs but never walks, murmurs, but never talks, has a bed but never sleeps, and has a mouth but never eats?A: A river! Explanation: Thanks the Instagram account of Glacier National Park for this week’s joke.  There are many … 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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Musical Teeth

Q: What musical instrument is found in the bathroom? A: A tuba toothpaste. Explanation: A ‘tuba‘ is a large musical instrument, a brass instrument, that plays very low notes when you blow into it. A tube of toothpaste is, well, toothpaste … Continue reading

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Tools for Fools?

Q: What tool can you use to cut water? A: A sea-saw! Explanation: To understand this joke you must first know what a seesaw is.  A seesaw is a toy/ game/ ride that you might see on a playground where children play … Continue reading

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Old Frosty

Q: What do you call an old snowman? A: Water! Explanation: Snowmen do not last very long because eventually they melt. When a snowman melts he becomes water.  This joke is funny because the listener is expecting a name, not water.   You … Continue reading

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Wet Melon!

Q: What do you call a wet fruit?  A: A watermelon! Explanation:  “Wet” is something that is liquid or has liquid on or in it.  For example, a towel gets wet when you use it to soak up water; the street … Continue reading

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