Though variations exist, the answer is "Do you smell carrots?" This joke is a long-standing Christmas joke and brings humor because the traditional snowman has a carrot for a nose. Other answers for this might be: "Ice to see you" or "FREEZE!"Continue Reading
This joke can be called an anti-joke; one that has a perceived answer, but the true answer is so anticlimactic that it creates humor. This joke gained some notoriety when it was used as a passphrase by the characters Desmond and Kelvin on the television show "Lost."
Another snowman joke is: What is a girl snowman called?
Answer: A snow-ma'am.Learn more about Jokes
The answer to the riddle that goes, "Forwards I am heavy, backwards I am not; What am I?" is the word "ton." The trick to this riddle is its play on the spelling of the word ton, even though the question seems as though the word or object has two different meanings.Full Answer >
The answer to the riddle, "What travels the world but stays in the corner," is a stamp. This is because a stamp will travel all over the world on the mail it is attached to, but a stamp is still always placed in the corner of an envelope.Full Answer >
The answer to the riddle "what can you catch but not throw" is "a cold." The riddle is a play on colloquial verbiage when someone "catches a cold," meaning someone is infected with a rhinovirus that affects the sinus, nasal and breathing pathways in a human being.Full Answer >
The answer to the joke that asks, "What happened to the peanut who went walking late at night?" is that the peanut was assaulted. This answer serves as a pun due to its homophonic resemblance to "a salted."Full Answer >