Funny Anti-Jokes

Funny Anti-Jokes

71. What Do Cats and Refrigerators Have in Common?

Neither one is a banana. See also Cats.

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72. What Can You Sit On, Sleep On, and Brush Your Teeth With?

A chair, a bed, and a toothbrush.

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73. What is a Word and Starts with W.

Correct. See also Grammar.

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74. Why Shouldn't You Tell an Egg a Joke?

Because it can't hear you.

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75. What Do You Call a an Unsalted Cashew?

A cashew. See also Nuts.

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76. What’s the Different Between a Cat and a Comma?

A cat is a carnivorous mammal, long domesticated as a pet and known for catching rats and mice. A comma is a punctuation mark, used especially as a mark of separation within a sentence. See also Cats.

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77. Did You Hear About the Race Between the Lettuce and the Tomato?

No.

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78. Why Did Hellen Keller Walk into the Bar?

Because she was blind.

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79. What Happend to the Kid That Procrastinated?

He had to rush last minute.

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80. Why Did the Caterpillar Cross the Road?

It was stuck to the chicken's foot. See also Birds.

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