And so the waiter says. . .

DS has gotten into telling jokes recently.  Now since he’s only seven, those jokes have been pretty much the standard playground stuff that we’ve all probably heard a dozen times or more.  But, they’re new to him and he has a great time telling them.  And so I submit the following for your enjoyment: 

“Hey L, what goes zzub, zzub, zzub?  A bee flying backwards.” 

“How do you know when an elephant is under your bed?  You bonk your nose on the ceiling.” 

“Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Kenya.  Kenya who?  Kenya guess who it is?” 

“What’s in the middle of a jellyfish?  A Jellybutton.” 

“Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Howl.  Howl who? Howl I get in if you don’t open the door?”

“Why is a baseball like a cake?  They both need batters.”

“When is fishing not fun?  When you’re the fish.”

“Why did the robot eat a lightbulb?  Because he was in need of a light snack.”

 “What do you get when you cross a pig with a porcupine?  A porky-pine.”

“What do you call the richest kind of air?  Billionaire.”

“What do you call a blind dinosaur?  An I-don’t-think-he-saur-us.”

“What did the scuba diver say to the octopus?  I want to hold your hand hand hand hand hand hand hand hand.”

“Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Peas.  Peas who?  Peas let me in.  It’s cold out here.”

“Why did the crook take a bath before he robbed the bank?  So he could make a clean getaway.”

“What did one math book say to the other?  Boy, do I have problems.”

Hope we’ve brightened your day and made you laugh.  Until next time, peace.


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