Funny Questions To Ask


A good collection of short jokes, one line jokes using wordplay. We have one of the best collections of jokes that will surely get your child's attention. Mainly because, they are small and kids easily understand them. Go ahead and riddle yourself silly with this collection of confusing puzzles. These corny jokes, riddles and hilarious one-liners are guaranteed to have you or your kids in splits. Kids love information presented in a funny way as they easily remember them.

  • Short Funny Questions And Answers


    Q: What do you call rabbits that are hopping in reverse?
    A: Simple, it is called a receding hare-line [hairline].

    Q: What do you call an old snowman?
    A: Water.

    Q: Which coat is always wet when you put it on?
    A: Obviously, a coat of paint.

    Q: Which is the most curious letter?
    A: Y?

    Q: A word consists of six letters. If you take away the last, only twelve remain. What is the word?
    A: The word is “Dozens”

    Q: What kind of songs do lions sing at Christmas time?
    A: Jungle bells [not jingle bells]!

    Q: When is a boat like a pile of snow?
    A: When it is adrift.

    Q: How do snowmen get around?
    A: On their icicles.

    Q: Which baseball player holds water?
    A: The pitcher.

    Q: How are baseball players always in contact with one another?
    A: They must touch base often.

    Q: Why didn’t the skeleton cross the road?
    A: He did not have any guts.

    Q: What is a Pumpkin pi [pie]?
    A: It is what you get when you divide the circumference of a pumpkin by its diameter?

    Q: Why don’t ghosts like rain?
    A: Because it dampens their spirits.

    Q: What do you call a dinosaur from Texas?
    A: Tyrannosaurus Tex [Rex]

    Q: What do you call a dinosaur that wrecks everything?
    A: Tyrannosaurus wrecks [Rex]

    Q: How do you make a hot dog stand?
    A: Steal its chair.

    Q: How do we make an egg laugh?
    A: Tell them a yolk [joke]

    Q: How do you prevent a summer cold?
    A: Catch it in the winter!

    Q: How does a pig go to hospital?
    A: Obviously, in a hambulance.

    Q: What bird can lift the most?
    A: The crane.

    Q: What can you hold without ever touching it?
    A: A conversation.

    Q: What kind of clothes does a house wear?
    A: Ad-dress.

    Q: Which country makes you shiver?
    A: Chile.

    Q: Why was one magnet infatuated by the other magnet?
    A: Obviously, they were attracted.

    Q: What did Delaware [Dela wear]?
    A: Her New Jersey.

    Q: What did the mother broom say to the baby broom?
    A: It is time to go to sweep [sleep]

    Q: What did the rug say to the floor?
    A: Don't move, I have got you covered.

    Q: What do you call a person who is born in the USA, grows up in UK, and then dies in Japan?
    A: Dead.

    Q: Why does the Easter Bunny have a shiny nose?
    A: His powder puff is on the wrong end.

    Q: Why were the teacher's eyes crossed?
    A: She could not control her pupils.

    Q: What do you call a song sung in an automobile?
    A: A cartoon [car tune]

    Q: What do you call the best butter on the farm?
    A: A goat.

    Q: Whom do you call when your chair cracks?
    A: Call the chairman.

    Q: What do you get if you cross the Easter bunny with a bug?
    A: You get Bugs Bunny.

    Q: What do you get when you cross a stream and a brook?
    A: Wet feet.

    Q: When do frogs become toads?
    A: When frogs park illegally, they get toad [towed].

    Q: What has many keys but is unable to pen any locks?
    A: A piano.

    Q: What is a tree's favorite drink?
    A: Root beer.

    Q: What do you do when you find that there is a gorilla in your bed?
    A: Try to sleep elsewhere, without waking the gorilla.

    Q: What kind of ties can't you wear?
    A: Railroad ties.

    Q: What lies on its back, one hundred feet in the air?
    A: A dead centipede.

    Q: How can you tell vampires like baseball?
    A: Every night they turn into bats.

    Q: What would the country be called if everyone in it lived in their cars?
    A: An in-car-nation.

    Q: What is a presidential seal?
    A: It is a gray animal that eats fish, and lives in Washington, D.C.

    Q: Where did the farmer take the pigs on a Sunday morning?
    A: It was holiday, so he took them to a pignic [picnic]

    Q: What is the nightclub for fortunetellers called?
    A: The crystal ball.

    Q: Why doesn’t the mummy have any friends?
    A: He is much too wrapped up in himself.

    Q: Why are graveyards always noisy and full of sick people?
    A: Because of all the coffin [coughin']

    Q: What did one elevator say to the other?
    A: I believe I am coming down with something.

    Q: Which subject did the witch top in school?
    A: Spelling.

    Q: Why made the doughnut owner wind up its business?
    A: Mainly because, he got tired of the hole business [w-hole]

    Q: Which is the tallest building in Transylvania called?
    A: Naturally, the Vampire State Building.

    Q: What kind of cats like to go bowling alley?
    A: Obviously, the alley cats.

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