Funny Anti-Jokes

Funny Anti-Jokes

131. Did You Hear About the Kidnapping at School?

The kid eventually woke up. See also Schools.

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132. Why Did the Fisherman Become Friends with the Farmer?

They were both respectable people and shared similar interests.

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133. Why Can't You Talk to a Dog on the Phone?

They don't have phones. See also Dogs.

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134. A Man Had Three Sons Named Brick, Tree, and Lamp.

And they all got bullied for having stupid names.

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135. What Do You Call a Cross Between a Cat and a Fox?

A monstrosity. See also Cats.

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136. What Do You Get when You Cross a Knock-knock Joke with a Rhetorical Question?

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137. Where Was the Constitution Signed?

At the bottom.

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138. What Do You Call a Tree Without a Coat

A tree. See also Trees.

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139. What Do Monkeys Eat for Breakfast?

Not cake.

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140. Knock knock. Who's there? A broken pencil. A broken Pencil Who?

Never mind, it's pointless. See also Puns.

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