Monday, August 24, 2015

A joke in the traditional manner

What is the favorite toy of philosophers’ children?

No spoilers. The punchline is in the comments.

More jokes in the traditional manner
The Autobahn : Did you hear about the cow coloratura? : Elementary school : A Golden Retriever : How did Bela Lugosi know what to expect? : How did Samuel Clemens do all his long-distance traveling? : What did the doctor tell his forgetful patient to do? : What did the plumber do when embarrassed? : What happens when a senior citizen visits a podiatrist? : Why did the doctor spend his time helping injured squirrels? : Why did Oliver Hardy attempt a solo career in movies? : Why did the ophthalmologist and his wife split up? : Why was Santa Claus wandering the East Side of Manhattan?

[“In the traditional manner”: by or à la my dad. He gets credit for all but the cow coloratura, the squirrel-doctor, Santa Claus, and this one.]

comments: 10

Michael Leddy said...

Play-Doh.

The Crow said...

Oh. I was going to say Tinker Toys, but that might be better for mechanics kids.

Michael Leddy said...

Ha. Or Peter Pan’s kids, but he wouldn’t have any, would he?

The Crow said...

Probably not, but if he did, their favorite snack probably would be peanut butter and crackers.

Michael Leddy said...

Or for fast food, Wendy’s. :)

The Crow said...

Okay, okay...Mr. Potato Head for Frankenstein's children.

Michael Leddy said...

Or Operation? (Must stop. Can’t stop.)

The Crow said...

Or pin the tail on the donkey? Okay, that's lame. Must regenerate the funny bone.

Marzek said...

Logos.

(Yes, I'm aware that the plural of Lego is Lego, but, you know -- joke).

Michael Leddy said...

That’s a great punchline, Marzek. I like yours better than mine.