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February Cannot

Q: Can February March? A: No, but April May! Explanation: Happy Groundhog’s Day! Or Groundhog Day?  Hmmm… The above joke plays with the months and the double meaning of some of the words. “To march” means to walk with a regular pace … Continue reading

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Winter Ride

Q: How does a snowman get around? A: He rides an icicle! Explanation: Merry Christmas to those of you who celebrate! “To get around” means “to move” or “to travel.” An icicle is a piece of ice that forms when dripping water … Continue reading

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Rappin’ Wrapper?

Q: What do you call an elf who sings? A: A wrapper! Explanation: In this joke, elves are Santa Claus’ helpers.  They are the ones who make the toys and wrap them so that Santa can deliver the toys on Christmas Eve. … Continue reading

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Workout Yeti

Q: What do you call a snowman with six-pack abs? A: The Abdominal Snowman! Explanation: Let’s start with six-pack abs: six-pack abs are stomach muscles that are well formed and strong.  To get six-pack abs you need to do a lot of exercise.  (By … Continue reading

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Gnomes and Elves

Q: What do Santa’s elves do after school? A: Their gnomework! Explanation:  Gnome rhymes with home.  After school most students do homework; elves do “gnomework.”  This is funny because elves and gnomes are both magical creatures and because of the rhyme. If they … Continue reading

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Drum Beat

Q: What is the best Christmas present ever? A: A broken drum- you can’t beat it! Explanation:  Merry Christmas and feliz navidad! Christmas is celebrated by Christians on December 25; it celebrates the birth of Jesus.  In order to commemorate that day many … 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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