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Q: How do you get straight As?

A: With a ruler


Q: What did the ribcage say to the heart?

A: Got you covered


Q: What did one pencil say to another?

A: You look sharp!


Q: What word in the English language is always spelt incorrectly?

A: Incorrectly.


Q; How do bees go to school?

A: On a school buzz.


Q: Why did the computer squeak?

A: Someone stepped on the mouse.


Q: What has a tongue cannot walk but gets around a lot?

A: A shoe


Q: What kind of coat can be put on, only when wet?

A: A coat of paint


Q; Why didn’t the skeleton go to the party?

A: It had no body to go with.


Q: It stands on one leg with its heart in its head. What is it?

A: A cabbage


Q: How come that Aunt of all your cousins is not your· Aunt?

A: She is your mum


Q: A doctor in Mombasa claims to have a brother who is an accountant in Nairobi. The accountant's brother in Nairobi however does not have a brother who is a doctor in Mombasa. How come?

A: The doctor in Mombasa is the sister.


Q: It's yours but everyone uses it more than you. What is it?

A: Your name


Q: What kind of nut doesn't have a shell?

A: A doughnut


Q: Why was it so hot after the basketball game?

ANSWER: Because all the fans had left


Q: What runs a round a house but doesn't move

A: A fence


Q: What did one math book say to the other math book?

A: I have a lot of problems


Q: Where do fish keep their money?

A: In a riverbank of course


Q: What flies without wings?

A: Time


Q: Name three keys that unlock no doors

A: MONkey, DONkey, TURkey


Q: Where do you find roads without vehicles, forests without tress and cities without houses?

A: On a map


Q: If you have it, you want to share it, but if you share it you don’t have it. What is it?

A: A secret.


Q: What is it that you will break every time you name it?

A: Silence.


Q: What three word phrase describes the following: Einstein, Edison & Newton

A: Three wise men


Q: I have a face, two arms and two hands, yet I can’t move. I count to twelve yet I cannot speak, I can still tell you something everyday.

A: A clock.


Q: You enter a dark room, you have only one match. There’s an oil lamp, a furnace and a stove in the room. Which would you light first?

A: The match


Q: What did the ocean say to the sea?

A: Nothing…it just waved.


Q: What starts out on four legs, then goes to two, then three?

A: A man starting out crawling as a baby, then walking and finally walking with a cane.


Q: What goes up when the rain comes down?

A: An umbrella


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