If your Christmas holidays have been as challenging as mine, then I thought you might be ready for a bit of light-hearted humor. I don’t think I have a funny bone in my body, so I have to resort to perusing the net to find silly jokes to share with my grand kids when they visit. But, whether you’re young at heart or old in body and looking for some fun to pass along to the young’uns this holiday season, I thought you might enjoy these from the Boys’ Life magazine:
Darth Vader: I know what you’re getting for Christmas.
Luke: How do you know?
Darth Vader: I can feel your presents. (Mark R., Barrington, RI)
Luke: What do elves do after school?
Jeffrey: I don’t know. What?
Luke: Their gnome work! (Luke C., Somers, NY)
Joe: What nationality is Santa Claus?
Joe: North Polish. (Joe B., Huntersville, NC)
Will: Where do snowmen keep their money?
Bill: Beats me.
Will: In a snow bank. (Will M., Big Canoe, GA)
Tim: Did you know Santa had only eight reindeer last Christmas?
Tim: Comet stayed home to clean the sink.
(Tim S., Merriam, KS)
Josh: What does Jack Frost like best about school?
Josh: Snow and tell. ( Joshua S., Lafayette, IN)
Teacher: Johnny, define claustrophobia.
Johnny: Fear of Santa Claus? (Ronesha M., Allen, TX)
Santa: Knock, knock.
Elf: Who’s there?
Elf: Olive, who?
Santa: Olive the other reindeer. (Joe R., Saint Charles, MO)
Amanda: What’s the difference between Santa’s reindeer and a knight?
Amanda: One slays the dragon, and the other’s draggin’ the sleigh. (Amanda M., Springfield, MO)
Josh: Knock, knock!
Samantha: Who’s there?
Samantha: Dexter, who?
Josh: Dexter halls with boughs of holly. (Josh B., Dublin, OH)
“Comfort ye, comfort ye my people, saith your God” (Isaiah 40:1).