Do you have any jokes or riddles?
Everyone knows some jokes or riddles.
Yes -- be sure that you put them into the "Jokes and Riddles" category so people will know they're jokes or riddles.
Neil Yamamoto has written: 'Crazy classroom jokes and riddles' 'Super silly school jokes and riddles' -- subject(s): Jokes, Juvenile Riddles, Juvenile humor, Riddles, Riddles, Juvenile, Schools, Wit and humor
No, of course. Jokes are not riddles! A joke is something you tell, like a line or a story. A riddle is something you ask someone that they have to figure out the answer. While riddles can be jokes (not always), and some jokes are in the form of riddles, they are often not one in the same. Many people think of humorous stories when they hear the word joke. Riddles are often told or… Read More
The Jokes and Riddles category is found by clicking on the related link below this answer.
Yes, users on WikiAnswers will answer your riddles. Go to 'browse categories' in your blue bar to the left, and in the search box, type in 'jokes and riddles'. There is where you can find many popular jokes and riddles, and answers to them.
the difference is that riddles tell you the answer and you have to figure out what the joke is.jokes kind of tell you what it is
Joseph Rosenbloom has written: 'The little giant book of riddles' -- subject(s): Jokes, Juvenile Riddles, Riddles 'Daffy dictionary' -- subject(s): Jokes, Wit and humor, Juvenile Wit and humor 'empty' 'The funniest joke book ever!' -- subject(s): Juvenile Wit and humor, Jokes, Juvenile Riddles, American wit and humor, Riddles 'Loony Laughs & Riddles' 'Ridiculous Nicholas riddle book' -- subject(s): Juvenile Riddles, Riddles 'World's toughest tongue twisters' -- subject(s): Tongue twisters 'Silly verse (and even worse)'… Read More
Victoria Hartman has written: 'The Silly Joke Book' -- subject- s -: Accessible book, Jokes, Juvenile Wit and humor, Riddles 'Too cool jokes for school' -- subject- s -: Jokes, Juvenile Riddles, Juvenile humor, Riddles, Juvenile, Schools, Wit and humor, Humor
Depending on the type of joke, jokes can be called: puns riddles one-liners
Craig Yoe has written: 'ART OF MICKEY MOUSE, THE' 'Thanksgiving jokes + riddles' -- subject(s): Juvenile Riddles, Juvenile humor, Thanksgiving Day, Juvenile Humor 'Mighty Big Book of Knock-Knock Jokes (And Don't Forget These Other Jampacked Mighty Big Books!)' 'Christmas jokes & riddles' -- subject(s): Christmas, Juvenile Riddles, Juvenile humor
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It is called Jokes and Riddles.
Do you make it out of the envelope
Perhaps because you don't have a sense of humor. Or because we are not allowed to tell the really good jokes.
Why is Pluto tone deff? Because NepTUNE
i dont know hello
Christmas riddles and jokes can be read on various sites such as Squigly's Playhouse. Guy-Sports, Primary Games, and Mrs. Garrison's Community have riddles for all ages.
Is that a trick-question? well actually you are supposed to answer riddles. Riddles are made to be tricky and to be answered all because it's part of jokes. so therefore, yes riddles are supposed to be answered even if you're only tryna make a guess
Who was the first rap artist? The mummy!!
What has holes, yet holds water? A sponge.
Katy Hall has written: '101 cat and dog jokes' -- subject(s): Juvenile Riddles, Cats, Juvenile humor, Juvenile Wit and humor, Dogs 'Hearty har har' -- subject(s): Humor, Toy and movable books, Riddles, Juvenile Wit and humor, Jokes, Juvenile humor, Specimens, Valentine's Day 'Creepy riddles' -- subject(s): Supernatural, Juvenile Riddles, Humor, Juvenile humor, Riddles
Scott K. Peterson has written: 'Plugged in' -- subject(s): Electric apparatus and appliances, Jokes, Juvenile Riddles, Juvenile humor, Riddles, Riddles, Juvenile, Wit and humor 'Wing It' -- subject(s): Birds, Juvenile Riddles, Juvenile Wit and humor, Juvenile literature, Riddles, Riddles, Juvenile, Wit and humor, Wit and humor, Juvenile 'Face the music!' -- subject(s): Jokes, Juvenile Wit and humor, Juvenile humor, Music, Wit and humor, Wit and humor, Juvenile
Marguerite Kohl has written: 'Games for grownups' -- subject(s): Games, Entertaining 'The hostess' manual' -- subject(s): Menus, Entertaining, Amusements 'More jokes for children' -- subject(s): Jokes, Juvenile Wit and humor, Riddles 'More jokes for children' -- subject(s): Jokes, Juvenile Wit and humor, Riddles 'Jokes for children' -- subject(s): American wit and humor, Juvenile Wit and humor
Yes i have.Because they are hard,I can't crack even 1. :-D
I would have thought riddles aren't corny as the answers make you think and it stays with you.
They don't actually have a section for jokes and riddles. Note from Answers.com CA: You will find the Jokes and Riddles category in the related link below. To find specific categories, click on Browse Categories in the blue side bar to the left of any page. Type the name of the category you are searching for in the search bar at the top of the category list where it says "Find a Category." If the… Read More
Warren Lyfick has written: 'Animal tales' -- subject(s): Animals, Humor, Jokes, Juvenile Riddles, Juvenile Wit and humor, Riddles, Wit and humor 'The punny pages' -- subject(s): Jokes, Juvenile Wit and humor, Puns and punning 'Fish Stories'
Because some of the users don't take the forum seriously, they do have a section for jokes and riddles. On the other hand, answering correctly with a little humor doesn't hurt.
It is not too hard if you have a good sense of humor. Sick or dirty jokes are among the easiest to create, but there are many good jokes that don't use such content or words. Puns, homophones, and inconsistencies are an easy place to start. Beginners can try adapting existing joke formats such as: Three people went into a bar... Three people died, and they stood before St. Peter at the Pearly Gates... What's… Read More
This is a joke that many will use for a child's birthday. Kids enjoy rhymes, jokes and riddles.
You can find bee jokes from several sites. Riddles: Q: What is the difference between a large bee and one that drops things? A: One is a bumble bee and the other is a fumble bee. Q: What bee has health benefits? A: Vitamin B. Q: Why did the bee see a skin doctor? A: It had hives.
To be visibly recognisable. As this appears in the jokes and riddles section Well Russians are reds and a fire engine is always rushin'
Martha V. Keller has written: 'Halloween Jokes & Riddles (Holiday Ha-Ha's)'
A joke told as a narrative is a story joke. However, many people consider that the default type of joke. So they only specify if it is a different kind. For instance, some people do not consider riddles the same as jokes.
What is black and white and red all over? A newspaper!! What is a cow in an earthquake? A milkshake!!!!!!!!!!!
the only real secrets in the newspaper in club penguin are the tips and secrets page and a secret is that if you roll your mouse over the word "jokes" on the jokes and riddles page you could find a bonus joke if you click on the word jokes when it highlights. (it might not highlight though, it usually doesn't)
Robert Pierce has written: 'Day of Wind, Rain and Snow' 'Riddles' 'I Can Draw That! (Books and Stuff)' 'I Can Draw That, Too! with Pens/Pencils (Books and Stuff)' 'The grin and giggle book' -- subject(s): Jokes, Riddles, Joke books
no there is not any jokes in it
Ask sensible questions, answer sensible answers, only answer questions if you know the question, and Wikianswers isn't here for jokes and riddles.
A woman shot her husband and hung him out to dry for several hours. They then went out and had dinner. He was perfectly healthy and he hadn't had ANY medical assistance. He was not invincible or anything stupid like that. How is this possible? His wife is a photographer. She "shot" a photo of him and hung him to dry in the darkroom, where photos develop.
there is the very well-known one it goes whats person 2"you stupid" person 1 "im not stupid" person 2 "ok whats 9+10"person 1 "21!" person 2 "you stupid"
yes and no, Yes because they make people ask questions and think. But It really depends on the person who is telling the joke and being told the joke.
Unless this question is supposed to be in the "jokes & riddles" category, the answer is none fit that description.
J. Michael Shannon has written: 'Standard Sermon Starters-Seeke:' 'Our Father' -- subject(s): Pastoral prayers, Prayers 'Space jokes' -- subject(s): Jokes, Juvenile Wit and humor, Juvenile humor, Knock-knock jokes, Riddles, Space flight, Wit and humor, Wit and humor, Juvenile
Internal conflict. However, I noticed this is in the "Jokes and Riddles" section. So I'm assuming you want an answer besides internal conflict. How about schizophrenia?
Not every question on WikiAnswers is necessarily mature. We have an entire category called "Jokes and Riddles" where you can find humorous questions.
why so serious? to the guy who put the last answer you do relise this is the jokes and riddles section i wasnt actually reffering to an actual person. and if you were wondering the real answer to that joke is "the funny farm"
You can find a number of jokes on frogs at joek.com.