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Try some ho-ho-holiday humor

Seasonal jokes can add to the fun

Holiday humor is always a hit with the young ones. Here are some old (admittedly corny) jokes for the holiday season. Start out with one and see if the children or other family and friends in your life come up with others.

Q. What kind of music is best when getting presents ready to give to others?

A. "Wrap" music.

Q. What did Adam say on the day before Christmas?

A. It's Christmas, Eve.

Q. What did one snowman say to the other snowman?

A. Can you smell carrot?

Q. What do snowmen eat for breakfast?

A. Snowflakes.

Q. How does a snowman lose weight?

A. He waits for the weather to get warm.

Q. What do you get when you cross a snowman with a vampire?

A. Frostbite.

Q. What do you call a cat on the beach at Christmas time?

A. Sandy Claws.

Q. What do elves learn in school?

A. The Elf-abet.

Q. What nationality is Santa Claus?

A. North Polish.

Q. Why did Santa spell Christmas N-O-E?

A. Because everyone was saying, "No L."

What was your response to these bits of humor? Hopefully, ho, ho, ho!

--Pleasanton Weekly staff


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