Savor Halloween: Is Your Kid a Foodie?
Is your kid a foodie?
Here are some great food-related jokes s/he can tell during trick-or-treating this Halloween*:
Q: What is black; white; green and bumpy?
A: A pickle wearing a tuxedo
Q: What does an evil hen lay?
A: Deviled eggs
Q: What do you call cheese that isn’t yours?
A: Nacho cheese
Q: What kind of coffee was served on the Titanic?
Q: Did you hear the joke about the peanut butter?
A: I’m not telling you. You might spread it.
Q: What did the skeleton order for dinner?
A: Spare ribs
Q: Why do the French like to eat snails?
A: Because they don’t like fast food
Q: What do ghosts eat on Halloween?
Q: What do you get from a pampered cow?
A: Spoiled milk
Q: Why did the fisherman put peanut butter into the sea?
A: To go with the jellyfish
Q: Why shouldn’t you tell an egg a joke?
A: Because it might crack up
Q: What did the baby corn say to its mom?
A: Where is pop corn?
Q: Why did the banana go to the doctor?
A: Because it wasn’t peeling well
Q: What do you call a bear with no teeth?
A: A gummy bear
Q: How do you make a walnut laugh?
A: Crack it up
Q: How do you fix a broken tomato?
A: With tomato paste
Q: Why shouldn’t you tell a secret on a farm?
A: Because the potatoes have eyes and the corn has ears
Q: What is a pretzel’s favorite dance?
A: The Twist
Q: If a crocodile makes shoes, what does a banana make?
Q: What do snowmen like to eat for breakfast?
A: Frosted Flakes
Q: Why did Superman cross the road?
A: To get to the supermarket
Q: What day do potatoes hate the most?
Q: What do you give to a sick lemon?
A: Lemon aid
Q: How do you make a milk shake?
A: Give it a good scare
Justin time for lunch.
*If you’re reading this and not from or in St. Louis, kids telling jokes to get candy is a tradition here.