What did the chicken say to the turkey when he went to cross the road?
DUDE.. I've been here for YEARS! And I still don't know why I'm doing it...
Nothin, cause its dead.
no or else he wouldn't have got to the other side
1. Because the chicken was taking a lunch break! 2. Because it was the chicken's day off. 3. He wanted to prove that he wasn't a chicken! 4. He never did because he got hit by a car. Why would a turkey get hit by a car? Turkeys are smart! 5. The street was perpendicular to the floor so as the chicken came out of the job centre (after having an interview with Mr. Tiddles)… Read More
It came from the other side of the road.
Typically such animals will use legs to travel between locations, however it has been speculated that this bird-like creature may have used his/her wings.Very fast if it was a smart chicken. Too slowly if it wasn't. Because it wanted to make fun of the joke.Oh sorry you put HOW. Well, it probably walked.
The timeworn and pedestrian answer is simply "to get to the other side." Here are some creative and original answers: The chicken crossed the road. This fact is rarely disputed. But why did the chicken cross the road? No entirely satisfactory explanation has ever been agreed upon. The most popular reason is purely that the chicken crossed to get to the other side. If this is correct then many jokes have been spoiled or ruined… Read More
After its egg is hatched.
a dirty double crosser
just the way everyone else does! to get to the other side!*elmo's annoying laugh*
'e continnues to get on wiz hiz live...ez zat right?
To get to the other side
he moved one foot after the other and started walking.
It was stapled to the first one. It was tired of the joke.
It has been speculated that a purple chicken might use the same motives as a regular chicken. The speculated answer is of course, to get to the other side.
To Get To The Toaster Of Course!
by teaching it to drive
Can a witch a ride? (Witch, hitch, get it? ahahha?)
In 1847, found in "The Knickerbocker" magazine.
Well, if this is a joke question, I can't say that I know the answer (humerously), but I suppose that a cat would meow or screech if it got hit by a car.
he uses a flash light ??
you know how people always say how did the chicken cross the road weel that's because in around 1930s in Texas it was market day and a man was selling chickens he had just sold one and was reaching down to get the chicken when i t all of a sudden got scared and ran of acroos the road and the man who had just bought the chicken said hey why did the chicken cross… Read More
To go to work (From 11ria123) I just want to live in a world where chickens can cross roads and not have their motives questioned.
Because its a dirty double-crosser!
To not get to the other side<><><>Because Colonel Sanders was on the other side? :}
on top of a pig... get it [Piggyback]with its 1976 black convertible mustang
The chicken didn't cross the road because... - there was a KFC restaurant on the other side. - it was busy changing a light bulb. - there was no one there to egg it on. - it didn't want to lay it on the line. - it was marching to the beat of a different drumstick. - it didn't want to be chicken pie. - a chicken crossing the road would be a fowl proceeding… Read More
heard it when I was much younger, about five years of age, so guess it is over 6 years old now as am 11 now
Used to explain certian behaviour
Sure as hail wasnt to give you another wise crack!
The exact origin of the riddle is obscure. Its first known appearance in print occurred in 1847 in The Knickerbocker, a New York monthly magazine: An 1847 version of the joke was possibly its first appearance in print ...There are 'quips and quillets' which seem actual conundrums, but yet are none. Of such is this: 'Why does a chicken cross the street?['] Are you 'out of town?' Do you 'give it up?' Well, then: 'Because… Read More
He got stuck to a piece of gum
It's a joke it's not funny but its a joke most people older than five would say its not funny any younger its hilarious
Jokes are valued for the exciting little sense of shock, the new twist to your viewpoint, that comes with the answer. That is what makes us laugh. Or groan! A person asks you, 'Why did the chicken cross the road?' Of course you assume it is a joke. You try to think of a clever, complicated answer. Then the answer is given, "To get to the other side." Well, duh. Anyone should know that. You… Read More
There are several different theories list them below 1. to get to the other side 2.to get something to eat 3. to watch the game 4.
the" why did the chicken cross the road" joke first origanated in the knickerboker, a 1847 newyork news paper. I dont know what the point is
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 chickens couldn't fly over the top and would stay a reasonably short distance from the farmer's house. The farmer would put grain and worms in these areas to attract the chickens, while, over time, he would gradually decrease the size and height of the fenced in area. Finally, after… Read More
59.2 Quit erasing my answers b!tch The real answer is 69!
Explaining a joke kind of takes a lot of the funny out of it, but here goes. The standard form of the joke is "Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the other side." The humor comes from the fact that, if it weren't for the fact that nearly everyone who speaks English has heard it, the setup sounds like a riddle, which means a person hearing it for the first time… Read More
Mr Henderson Cartright
Do you know what happened when the jolly rancher crossed the road and a guy hit it.............the guy said jolly good
roadkill or dinner for someone who hits it depending on your point of view.but why do chickens have their motive for crossing a road questioned?
It would go to the other side
to make an intersection!
I do. It wanted to get to the other side. But why? That is the REAL question.
The chicken, of coarse!!