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  • Q: Why did the crazy scientist prevent the sick eagle from entering his lab?
    A: Simply, because it was ill-eagle or illegal!

    Q: How are tough chickens made?
    A: They are made from hard boiled eggs.

    Q: How do cowboys watch television when they are out?
    A: By saddle lights.

    Q: What is the swamp-thing’s favourite dessert?
    A: Perhaps, marsh mellows…

    Q: Who is bigger - Mr Bigger or his baby?
    A: Mr. Bigger's baby is “Little Bigger”

    Q: What is a pussycat who eats lemon called?
    A: A sourpuss.

    Q: First, there is a red mill, then a walk and then there is a key. What is it called?
    A: Milwaukee.

    Q: How many seconds are in a year?
    A: Twelve – [2nd January to 2nd December].

    Q: Which American has the largest family?
    A: George Washington - He's the father of the country [USA]

    Q: Which team is the monster's favourite one?
    A: The Giants.

    Q: Which state in the happiest in the USA?
    A: Merry Land [Maryland]

    Q: Where do boars save their cash?
    A: Piggy banks, of course.

    Q: What made the orange stop suddenly?
    A: It just ran out of juice.

    Q: How did the crazy scientist stretch his imagination?
    A: He simply put an elastic band around his head.

    Q: What do you call a foreign ant?
    A: Import-Ant.

    Q: What do ghosts have for breakfast?
    A: Boo-loney snacks.

    Q: Why do flies walk on the ceiling and not on the floor?
    A: Because, someone might stamp on them if they walked on the floor.

    Q: When does a man not become a man?
    A: When he turns into an [alley].

    Q: How can one tell when bells are behaving properly?
    A: If it rings only when tolled.

    Q: How do you differentiate between a whole apple and half an apple?
    A: The whole apple can look round.

    Q: Why are there no stories about beds?
    A: Obviously, they have not been made.

    Q: What happened to the fight in the candy store?
    A: Two suckers got licked…

    Q: What do trees say to the woodpecker?
    A: You bore me.

    Q: What colour was Napoleon's white horse?
    A: “Duh”…


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