Funny Anti-Jokes

Funny Anti-Jokes

81. What Did the T-Rex Say to the Caveman?

Nothing. It just roared at him and ate him. And then it got back into its time machine and went back to the Cretaceous Period, at least a million years before cavemen existed. See also Dinosaurs.

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82. How Do You Tell Time in Chicago?

You look at a clock.

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83. What Do You Call a Peanut That Isn't a Nut?

A peanut. (It's a legume.)

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84. What Do You Call a Dog That Poops?

A healthy dog. See also Dogs.

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85. If a Duck Didn't Quack What Noise Would It Make?

It would be silent. See also Birds.

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86. What Do You Call a Strawberry That Isn't a Berry?

A strawberry. See also Fruits.

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87. Why Did the Toilet Paper Roll Down the Hill?

Because of gravity. See also Bathroom.

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88. How Do You Drop an Egg on a Concrete Floor Without Breaking It?

Any way you want—it's almost impossible to break concrete floor.

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89. What Do You Call an Elephant with a Tail?

An elephant.

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90. What Do You Call a Talking Turtle?

Fictional.

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