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Knock, Knock. Who’s There? Your Kids!

Knock, Knock. Who’s There? Your Kids!

Rocket City Bloggers is my favorite destination to find new Huntsville-area blogs to read, and they’ve issued a “Year-Long Blogging Challenge” for writers who want a weekly topic. If you are interested in reading other writers from our community I highly recommend checking them out.

But when I saw this week’s challenge was to share your favorite joke, I just knew it was time to feature YOU, our hilarious readers!

So… if you submitted your kid’s favorite joke on our Facebook page with their name and age, we included it here. You can also leave more in the comments.

What’s a pirate’s favorite restaurant?
Arrrrrby’s!
– Ryan, age 4. Every time we drive by an Arby’s. Every. Single. Time.

How do ducks learn to fly?
They just wing it!
– Caroline, age 5

What is a ninja’s favorite drink?
“Waaaaaa-Taaaaaaah!” (water, said like Bruce Lee for effect and complete with karate chop!)
– Alex, age 6

Knock, knock.
Who’s there?
Banana.
Banana who?
Knock, knock.
Who’s there?
Banana.
Banana who?
Knock, knock.
Who’s there?
Orange.
Orange who?
Orange you glad I didn’t say banana again!
– Delaney, age 4

What kind of snake sits on your car window?
A windsheild viper.
– Stella, age 9

Knock, knock.
Who’s there?
Interrupting cow.
Interrupting cow wh…MOOOOO!!!!!
– Hady, age 4


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What does a nosey pepper do?
It gets jalapeno business.
– Carson, age 6. (I still laugh ever time he does it.)

J: I love you
Me: I love you too
J: isn’t it great we love the same vowel??
– Justice, age 11

Carissa, my 6 year-old old asks, “Dad, what’s under there?” I reply naively, “Under where?” Carissa laughs hysterically… “You said UNDERWEAR!!!”

Why did the lion spit out the clown?
Because he thought he tasted funny!
– Peyton, 6

How do ducks learn to fly?
They just wing it!
– Rachel, age 4

What’s brown and sticky?
A stick!
– Lyric, 18 mos

Knock knock.
Who’s there?
Boo.
Boo Who?
Why you cyring it’s just me…
– Brooks, 6

What did the crowded cow say the rest of the herd?
MOOOOve over!”
– Alex 5, and Emma 3… EVERY time we drive through Jones Valley.

How do you make a tissue dance?
Put a little boogie in it.
– Olivia, age 8; Austin, age 6; Isaac, age 3 (they all three think this is hysterical.)
– Brightyn, age 5

Why did the chicken cross the playground?
To get to the other slide!
– Duncan, age 6
– Tristan, age 4

Why does the dog run in circles?
Because it’s hard to run in squares!
– Simon, age 4

Why did I fall out of the bed?
Because I fell… asleep!
– Conner, age 6 (an original joke!)

Why did the TV lay in the road?
It wanted to be a flat screen.
– Emma-Hope, age 7

Why did the basketball player wear a bib?
Because he dribbled.
– Silas, age 5

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Knock, Knock.
Who’s there?
Hatch.
Hatch Who?
Ha Ha made you sneeze!
– Lily, age 4

What kind if dog loves a bath?
A SHAM-poodle.
– Jenna, age 5

What’s a pirate’s favorite letter?
Arrrrgh! (as in, the letter R)
– John, age 3


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Why is 6 afraid of 7?
Because 7 8 (ate) 9.
– Molly, age 8 and Sean, age 9

Knock knock.
Who’s there?
Joe.
Joe who?
Joe Mama
– Sammy, age 6

Knock knock.
Who’s there?
Who.
Who who?
What are ya, an owl?
– Ellie, age 5

How did the gum cross the road?
It got stuck to the chickens foot!
– Brooke, age 6

What did one casket say to the other casket?
Is that you coughin? (coffin)
– Daniel, age 3 1/2. ..courtesy of laffy taffy!

What do you call a flying skunk?
A smell-o-copter.
– Chris, age 5

How did the piggies fly?
By pushing buttons and breaking it.
– Christian, age 4

This was so much fun, and I learned so many new jokes to tell my guys! What was your favorite?


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View Comments (4)
  • So cute! I tried to tell some of these to my 3 year old and he was very serious about trying to come up with his answers. I think Arrrrby’s was my favorite.

  • Loved the arrrrby’s joke. I tried to tell my 3 year old some of these and he took it a little too seriously, ha!

  • Very funny, I’ll be teaching my kids some of these jokes. My son’s favorite story to tell, “Once upon a time a bear walked by, the end!” 🙂

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