Chuckles for June 2008



June 02
Q. What country did candy come from?
A. Sweeten!
--kids.yahoo.com

June 04
Q. What do you call an underwater spy?
A. James Pond!
--kids.yahoo.com

June 09
Q. How do you get a frog off your car's back window?
A. Turn on the rear defrogger!
--kids.yahoo.com

June 16
Q. What goes "Ha, ha, ha...clunk?"
A. People laughing their heads off!
--kids.yahoo.com

June 18
Q. What do you give a pig with a rash?
A. Oinkment!
--kids.yahoo.com

June 19
Q. What do you get when you cross a FedEx driver with a UPS driver?
A. Fed UP!
--kids.yahoo.com

June 23
Q. How can you tell if a tree is a Dagwood tree?
A. By it's bark!
--kids.yahoo.com

June 26
Q. Whats' a cheerleader's favorite color?
A. Yeller!
--kids.yahoo.com

June 30
Q. What do you call a sleeping bull?
A. A bull-dozer!
--kids.yahoo.com

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  Today is Tuesday, Sept, 30, the 273rd day of 2014. There are 92 days left in the year.

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