Chuckles for April 2013



April 01
Why did Mozart sell his chickens?
Because they wouldn't stop saying, "Bach, Bach!"
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April 03
Why can Mount Everest hear everything you say?
Because it's covered with mountaineers!
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April 05
What do runners do when they forget something?
They jog their memory!
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April 08
What's the first thing an ape learns in school?
The ape b c's!
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April 10
What do you call a sleeping bull?
A bull-dozer!
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April 12
What are twins' favorite fruits?
Pears!
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April 15
What do you call a sleeping bull?
A bull-dozer!
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April 17
Where do cows go during the holidays?
To Ber-MOOda!
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April 19
How do you start your day with a smile?
With a Grin-ola for breakfast!
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April 19
How do you start your day with a smile?
With a Grin-ola for breakfast!
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April 22
Why wouldn't the oyster give anyone his pearl?
He was shellfish!
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April 25
What do you get when you cross a rooster and a dog?
A cocka-poodle-doo!
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April 29
What do you call babies' knees?
Kid-neys!
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