Bob loves jokes and riddles. Here are some funny ones you can tell your children over the holidays:
Where does a bee wait for a ride? At the buzz stop.
Why are elephants so wrinkled? Because they are too big to iron.
Why is England such a wet country? It has a queen who’s reigning.
What has one head, one foot and 4 legs? A bed.
What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investigator.
How did King Arthur finish his education? He went to knight school.
What goes up but never goes down? Your age.
What side of a turkey has the most feathers? The outside.
What has a head, a tail and no legs? A penny.
What kind of dogs do they let into the library? Hush puppies.
Why can’t the pony sing a song? She was a little hoarse.
What kind of dog is never late to school? A watch-dog.
What time is it when the clock strikes 13? Time to get a new clock.
What did one toilet say to the other? You look a bit flushed.
Where do baby cows eat their lunch at school? In the calf-eteria.
Why can’t Elsa from frozen have a balloon? She will “let it go, let it go”.
What do science teachers eat after dinner? Experi-mints.
What do rabbits play at recess? Hop-scotch.
Why did the lobster get a time-out at school? He was being shellfish.
What can you hear but never touch or see? Your voice.
Why did the chicken run onto the soccer field? The ref kept calling fowl.
How are bus drivers like trees? They both have routes / roots.
What is the center of gravity? V.
How many letters in THE ALPHABET? 11.