Island Morning listeners share laughs on Tell a Joke Day
Celebrating jokes, old and new
Tell a Joke Day is being celebrated around the world Wednesday, and listeners to CBC's Island Morning on P.E.I. joined in on the fun.
This joke is a favourite of four-year-old Owen Toms of Georgetown.
What do you call a cow with no legs?
Q. What do you call a cat that swallowed a duck?<br>A. A duck filled fatty puss—@feralbob
Or this from Twilah Stone.
Did you hear about the new French omelette restaurant that just opened in Charlottetown? The head chef makes amazing omelettes using only one egg.
Their slogan? One egg is an oeuf.
Why do bees have sticky hair?<br>They use honeycombs!!<a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/tellajokeday?src=hash">#tellajokeday</a> 🐝 🍯—@MereOnATear
This joke from Ruth Richman has a two punchlines.
Q: What did the yogi say to the soy dog vendor at the ball game?
A: Make me one with everything.
After she received the dog she paid with a $20 bill. The vendor smiled. The yogi demanded, "Where's my change?"
The vendor replied, "Oh, one with everything. Change comes from within."
Just heard this one last night from my son - which clown wears the biggest shoes? The biggest clown! - he thought it was awesome!—@mullenpei
Nancy Rawson of Hunter River quipped
What do you call it when you put your grandmother on speed dial?
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With files from Island Morning