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What are some good, clean, short jokes?

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One good, clean short joke that is appropriate for any audience is, "What do you call a big pile of kittens? A meowntain." Another good, clean joke is, "What do you call a dinosaur with an extensive vocabulary? A thesaurus." A clean joke that is appropriate for an older audience is, "What is the difference between ignorance and apathy? I don't know, and I don't care."

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An appropriate joke about the theatre is, "Why do we tell actors to break a leg? Because every play has a cast." Another short joke about the theatre is, "Did you hear about the actor who fell through the floorboards? He was just going through a stage."

One clever short joke about mathematics is, "Did you hear about the mathematician who is afraid of negative numbers? He'll stop at nothing to avoid them." One about spirituality is, "Hear about the new restaurant called Karma? There is no menu — you just get what you deserve." A clever joke about typeface is, "Helvetica and Times New Roman walk into a bar, and the bartender shouts, 'Get out of here. We don't serve your type.'"

A good, clean Scrabble joke is, "Once my dog ate all my Scrabble tiles; for days he kept leaving little messages around the house." Another one is, "Yesterday, I saw a man drop all of his Scrabble tiles on the road, so I asked him, 'What's the word on the street?'"

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