It's your old friend, the Easter Bunny here, but just call me E.B.
I'm just making my annual stop on my way home from delivering Easter wishes and goodies to tell a few jokes.
So let me hop right to it.
A magician called a bald man onto the stage. "I am going to make a rabbit appear on top your head. Alakazam! A rabbit is now on your head."
The man felt around on top his head and there was nothing.
"Go ahead and keep feeling around," said the magician. "Soon you will feel a little hare."
What do you call a cow on Easter?
Whatever you call it the rest of the year!
What did the chicken say when it laid a square egg?
What do you get if you cross a flea with a rabbit?
A bug's bunny!
What are four hundred rabbits hopping backwards?
A receding hare line.
What did the evil chicken lay?
Where do tough chickens come from?
Hard boiled eggs.
If a rooster climbs to the top of a barn roof and lays an egg and the barn is facing east and the wind is blowing north, which way will the egg roll?
Does it matter? Roosters don't lay eggs!
Why did the rabbit cross the road?
To get to the hopping mall.
How do rabbits fly?
|"Everybody do the bunny hop!"|
"Don't worry, be hoppy."
Did you know carrots are good for the eyes?
After all, you've never seen a rabbit wearing glasses, have you?
What is a rabbit's favorite dance style?
Where do rabbits go after their wedding?
On their bunnymoon.
Well, that's it for this year folks. As usual, it's been fun.
Now I'm gonna hop home, kick back, relax, let my hare down, hang out with my peeps, and take a well deserved carrot break.
I've been told that your regular hostesses, Autumn the Puppy and Waxy Dragon, have the holiday off to be with their families.
If you had to work today, unless you're in the military, law enforcement, fire prevention, or medical industries; shame on your employers!
See ya next year!—e.b.
The Sunday Funnies will return next weekend.