Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Conversations with a Preschooler, #3: They tell jokes

Oscar: Knock, knock!

Jenni: Who's there?

Oscar: Orange!

Jenni: Orange who?

Oscar: A car goes vroom, vroom! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Repeat 400 times in a row.

7 comments:

VandyJ said...

Ohh the infamous Knock knock joke. We got that one lots from Turbo. He's finally telling it right now. He's seven. Look what you have to look forward to.

07_TeddyF_Silvey0 said...

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Jan said...

Just wait till he discovers April Fool's Day.

Yeah.

Mrsbear said...

Ah, the preschooler knock-knock jokes. They never get old...

The one we still tell this day courtesy of my oldest when she was three:

DD: Knock knock
Me: Who's there?
DD: Banana.
Me: Banana who?
DD: Eat me!

Michele R said...

It is such a hoot to observe their humor and also when they “get” something funny. I don’t remember too many knock knock jokes. Mine were all into those hand/high five games when you high five the person as he moves his hand high or low while telling the ditty such as: “Up high…..down low…..in the grass……..You Passed Gas”.

Heather said...

Very cute...the first time...the other 399 times, probably not so much.

Stimey said...

Dude. Totally.

Try this one:

Knock, knock.

Who's there?

Interrupting cow.

Interrupting cow wh—

MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!

That joke comes with the added bonus that it gets told really, really loud.