Tell me a joke

My kids love jokes.  Well, not the toddler, but I’m sure he will soon enough, and he certainly loves to laugh.  The other two love telling, reading, and hearing jokes.  My ten year old is finally getting pretty good at telling them.  My three year old is…not.  But she certainly loves to try!

Here are the current favorites in our family:

“Why are you under there?”

“Under where?”

“You said underwear!!”


Knock knock

Who’s there?

A Cow Says

A Cow Says, Who?

No, A cow says MOO!

(Now for the record, I don’t think we’ve ever made it all the way through this joke.  K or someone else inevitably kills the punch line.  However, it still causes tons of laughter!)


And plastic bugs.  Oh, the plastic bugs we have in the house right now.  I will say, they are much better than the real things.  But if they decided they’d rather live outside I’d be totally okay with that.

This was S’s surprise joke for me yesterday morning:

He also planted one on the fridge so it’d fall down on me when the door opened.  However, Dad opened the door first.  Teehee.  And then he left it at the bottom of the fridge for me.  Such loving guys I live with.

So back to the jokes, the non-creepy ones, we need some new material!  What are your favorites?


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Anonymous
    Jan 19, 2012 @ 13:28:54

    Teller: Knock Knock?
    Receiver: Who’s there?
    Teller: Interrupting Cow.
    Receiver: Interrupting Cow….Teller interrupts: MOO!
    Timing is everything on this one. ;


  2. Pam
    Jan 19, 2012 @ 17:27:58

    Do you know my big-mouth frog joke? The telling of it is everything. If you don’t, then we must Skype. 🙂


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