Weird things kids say, and pranks to pull on them

**I dreamed I ate a 15 lb marshmallow and when I woke up my pillow was gone.

Donna

**Well, this isn’t really a “joke” but something like a joke I have always
played with my kids when they are least expecting it.
I pretend that I can’t see them. I call for them and look into each room in
the house yelling their name as I “look” for them. My son used to get so
worried that he became invisible that he would be jumping up and down right
in front of me waving his hands saying “I’m right here! Can’t you see me?” I
was so strong as to not make one little look like I knew he was there. I
never played it too long because I couldn’t help but laugh! He still
remembers that and we laugh about it!

Another one: I used to tell them that Mom’s had eyes in the back’s of their
heads and always could see them! My son really believed this for so long
because I once heard him doing something behind me and I knew from the
little sound that he was getting the gum out of my purse and I said (without
turning around) “put the gum back”. He couldn’t believe it! And asked how I
knew and I told him very seriously about when you become a parent you get
another set of eyes in the back of your head. No one can see them but
they’re there and always watching and that’s why you can never try to do
things behind your mother’s back! LOL! Am I cruel or what????

LeeAnn

**What do you get when you peel a banana?
A pair of slippers!

Phyl

**Why don’t sharks like to eat clowns?
Because they taste funny!

Jolynn

**My kids get a kick out of doing knock-knock jokes. They know a few “real” ones but then they start making ones up like, “Knock knock” “who’s there?” “pumpkin” “pumpkin who?” “pumpkin head” They ALWAYS do that one and laugh
hysterically!

Karin

**Why did the turtle cross the road?
To get to the shell station!

Kim

**How can you tell an elephant has been in your refrigerator?
There are footprints in the butter.

Author: Mitzi