Sunday, November 20, 2011


Autumn, Puppy, School of Thought
Hello Everyone. Autumn the Puppy here.
It has come to my attention that with the holidays approaching, children and students will have a lot of time off between now and the end of the calendar year. They will have Thanksgiving and the day after this week, and at least the week between Christmas and New Year's Day, if not a little extra on each side of the individual holidays that week.
With that in mind, let's see how smart you are with some jokes that require you to actually do a little thinking to get the punch line.
Class is now in session.

When does the cart actually come before the horse?
In the dictionary.

What starts with a P, ends with an E, and has a million letters in it?
Post Office.

What weighs more: a ton of feathers or a ton of bricks?
Neither. They both weigh a ton, although you need a lot less bricks than feathers to equal one ton.

Can you spell ROTTEN with only two letters?
Sure. DK (decay)

How many books can you put in an empty backpack?
Only one. After that it isn't empty any more.

What kind of cheese is made backwards?
Edam (made backwards)

How many months have 28 days?
All of them!

What gets bigger as you take more away from it?
A hole.

What goes up but never comes down?
Your age.

The turtle took two chocolates to Texas to help teach Thomas to tie his boots. How many T's in that?
There are only two T's in ThaT.

What has a head, a tail, but no legs?
Any coin.

What is the center of gravity?
The Letter V.

What stays in a corner but can travel around the world?
The original answer to this was "A Stamp", but nowadays "A Computer on the Internet" is acceptable too.

Well, that's all the space I have for now. Have a good week everybody. Enjoy the holiday safely, and please be back here next weekend for more Sunday Funnies.-AtP.

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