The best jokes for kids are clean and fun, Readers Digest says. One example of a joke for children is "What do you call an old snowman? Water."
Some examples of funny jokes may be knock knock jokes, puns or pranks or one-liners such as "What does a clock do when it is hungry? It goes back for (four) seconds." Jokes can employ word play, puns, double-entendre, sarcasm and irony in an effort to amuse. Most jokes ...
Web sites that list popular jokes include Facebook, Comedy Central's website, jokes.cc.com, and laughfactory.com. Facebook contains a list of the top 50 funniest jokes ever told, and Laugh Factory's website has a link to popular jokes.
A variety of websites, such as the Laugh Factory, Reader's Digest, ChristiansUnite and Jokes 4 Us, have lists of clean jokes. Some joke topics include animal puns, job interview jokes, knock-knock jokes and religious jokes.
Although humor is subjective, one of the funniest jokes according to Stuff You Couldn't Make Up is: Snake one, "Are we poisonous?" Snake two, "I don't know, why?" Snake one, "I just bit my lip." SYCMU features a variety of top 10 joke lists.
Although humor is very subjective, a study by psychology Professor Richard Wisemen found a joke about two hunters to be the funniest in the world. To determine the world's funniest joke, Professor Wiseman set up a website where users could submit jokes and rate which on...
Jokes for kids include the classic joke, "Have you heard the joke about the butter? I better not tell you, you might spread it." Kids can find many age-appropriate jokes on the website Funology.com.
In one Little Johnny joke, Ms. Smith reproves Johnny for making faces, saying that her mother told her as a child, that a face made ugly could freeze and stay as it was. Johnny replies, that she can't say that she wasn't forewarned. In another joke, Little Johnny provid...
One particularly funny cat joke is, "What do you get if you cross a cat with a bottle of vinegar?" The answer is a sourpuss.
Monty Python did a "Killer Joke" sketch about the funniest joke; it was allegedly so funny that anyone who heard it died laughing. It was so hilarious the World War II-era German sketch character who wrote it died, and the Nazis started a Joke Warfare program to kill th...