Why did Dr. Seuss answer the question Why did the chicken cross the road the way he did?

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He said it because it wanted to make children laugh and the children will make different answers of it and they mostly not get it correct!
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What is the origin of the question Why did the chicken cross the road?

In ancient times, when farmers were first domesticating animals , they chose large areas of grasslands that they closed in with tall wooden fences , so the wild chicke

Has there ever been an answer to that age old question - why did the chicken cross the road?

The answer is very simple. The chicken wanted to get to the other side. The reason for the odd answer is to fool the person you're asking. They will look pretty dumb because t
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Why did the chicken cross the road riddle?

because there was a snake on his side there are actually many many answers to this riddle. One of the most common that I have heard is To get to the other side. OR It was the
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What is the real answer to why did the chicken cross the road?

First of all she didn't cross the road she was driving down the road in her Mustang GT (Black with silver stripes) and then, all of a sudden around the corner she saw Lady Clu