Q. I'm an odd number. If you take away one of the letters in my name, I become even. What number am I?
A. Seven. (Take away the S!)
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Q. Why is an island like the letter T?
A. They’re both in the middle of water!
Q. You find me in December, but not in any other month. What am I?
A. The letter D!
Q: Where is the ocean the deepest?
A: On the bottom!
Q. What five-letter word becomes shorter if you add two letters to it?
A. “Short” (add +”er”)!
What did the Tin Man say when he got run over by a steamroller?
“Curses! Foil again!”
Submitted by Paul Stewart,
Q. There’s a one-story house where everything inside is pink: pink walls, pink doors, pink floors, pink ceilings, pink windows, pink curtains, pink chairs, and pink tables. What color are the stairs?
A. There are none—it’s a one-story … Read More
Q. I have a neck, but no head, and I wear a cap. What am I?
A. A bottle!
Q. There are three apples on a table and you take away two of them. How many apples do you have now?
A. Two, of course!