Knock, knock! Who’s there? Eysore Eysore who? Eysore do love you!
Knock, knock Who’s there? Leaf Leaf Who? Leaf Me Alone!
Knock! Knock! Who’s there? Radio. Radio who? Radio not, here I come!
Knock, Knock Who’s there? Cargo! Cargo who? Car go beep, beep!
Knock, knock Who’s there? Amarillo Amarillo who? Amarillo nice guy!
Knock, knock Who’s there? Nun Nun who? Nun of your business!
Q: What did the grandma cat say to her grandson when she saw him slouching? A: You need to pay more attention to my pawsture.
Q: What did the gym coach say to the cat? A: Have you paid your annual fleas?
Q. I weigh nothing, but you can still see me. If you put me in a bucket, I make the bucket lighter. What am I? A. A hole! Source: Brainzilla
Q. I am a word that begins with the letter I. If you add the letter A to me, I become a new word with a different meaning, but that sounds exactly the same. What word am I? A. Isle (add A to make “Aisle”)
Q. A prisoner is forced to go into one of three rooms, but he can choose which room. The first room is ablaze with fire. The second one is rigged with explosives that will go off as soon as he enters. The third contains a pair of lions who haven’t eaten in years. Which room […]
Q. How do dog catchers get paid? A. By the pound!
Q. A man is washing windows on the 25th floor of an apartment building. Suddenly, he slips and falls. He has nothing to cushion his fall, and no safety equipment—but he doesn’t get hurt. How is this possible? A. He’s washing windows inside the building. Source: Twenty Two Words
Q. What rock group consists of four famous men, but none of them sing? A. The faces on Mount Rushmore! Source: Twenty Two Words
Q. I have hundreds of wheels, but move, I do not. Call me what I am: Call me a lot. What am I? A. A parking garage/”lot” Source: Playbuzz
Q. What question can you never answer “Yes” to? A. What does “N-O” spell?
Q. What has hundreds of ears but can’t hear a thing? A. A cornfield!
Q. What do scientists use to freshen their breath? A. Experi-mints!
Q: Why didn’t the zombie go to school? A: He felt rotten!
Q: Which fruit is a vampire’s favorite? A: Neck-tarine!
Q: How do you fix a damaged jack-o-lantern? A: You use a pumpkin patch!
Q: What do Italian ghosts have for dinner? A: Spook-hetti!
Q: What dog breed would Dracula love to have as a pet? A: Blood hound!
Q: Why is a cemetery a great place to write a story? A: Because there are so many plots there!
Q: What do female ghosts use to do their makeup? A: Vanishing Cream!
Q: What do witches ask for at hotels? A: Broom service!
Q: What did the mummy ghost say to the noisy young ghost who kept interrupting? A: “Spook when you’re spooken to.”
Q: What do ghosts wear when their eyesight gets blurred? A: Spooktacles
Q: What would be the national holiday for a nation of vampires? A: Fangs-giving!
Q: What is a skeleton’s favorite musical instrument? A: A Trombone!
Q: What genre of music does a mummy like the best? A: Wrap!
Q: What does a ghost call his mom and dad? A: His transparents.
Q: How do you get inside a locked cemetery at night? A: Use a Skeleton Key to unlock the gates!
Q: What is the name of the witch who lives in the desert? A: Sand-witch!
Q: What does a panda ghost eat? A: Bam-BOO!
Q: What is a recess at a mortuary called? A: A Coffin Break!
If you sit down to enjoy a hot cup of coffee, then your boss will ask you to do something that will last until the coffee is cold.
Q: Why did the kangaroo stop drinking coffee? A: She got too jumpy!
Barista: How do you take your coffee? Me: Very, very seriously.
Sleep is a weak substitute for coffee.