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  • Animal Jokes

    Q: Why is a room full of married couples considered empty?
    A: Because, there is not a “single person” in there.

    Q: Why is that cowboys ride horses?
    A: Since horses are heavy to carry, it is easier riding them.

    Q: Why did the grizzly remove its shoes while entering the restaurant?
    A: Because it said, enter with “bare (bear) feet”

    Q: What did one sword say to the other sword?
    A: You are looking “sharp” today.

    Q: How did the cowboy blow his top?
    A: He simply put a whistle in his ten-gallon hat.

    Q: What is a sick Jesse James known as?
    A: A sick shooter.

    Q: What happened when the ice cream cone and Jesse James got into a fight?
    A: The ice cream cone was licked.

    Q: What is the cross between a tyrannosaurus and an owl?
    A: You get a dinosaur that scares people and doesn't give a hoot at what it’s doing.

    Q: If the number one is considered love and the number two is hate, what is three and four?
    A: Seven.

    Q: Why did the stupid kid throw butter out of his window?
    A: So he could see a butter fly.

    Q: Why did the stupid kid throw a glass of water from his second story window?
    A: So he could watch a waterfall.

    Q: Which paper cause an itch?
    A: Scratch paper.

    Q: Name something that you can break without touching?
    A: Promise.

    Q: If a man destroys a clock, can he be accused of killing time?
    A: Not really, particularly if the clock had struck first.

    Q: Why is the giraffe considered the animal that makes most of its food?
    A: It makes a little food go a long way (food takes time to reach its stomach, because of its long neck).

    Q: Name the most common weather pattern in Mexico?
    A: “Chili today and hot tamale (tomorrow).

    Q: When do people require a shovel to eat?
    A: When they “dig-in” to their food.

    Q: Which point of the days is the same whether it’s spelled forwards or backwards?
    A: Noon.

    Q: What do cows produce after an earthquake has happened?
    A: Milk shakes.

    Q: The butcher was 7 feet tall and wore size 12 shoes. What did he weigh?
    A: Meat.

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