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    Friday
    Feb222013

    50 eggs-tra silly Easter jokes

    Valentine's Day may still be visible in the rear-view mirror, and St. Patrick's Day is just around the bend. But Easter will be here sooner than we think, meaning now is prime time for memorizing some Easter jokes to share with the kids. Here are 50 to get the ball, er, Easter egg rolling.

    Easter jokes for kids

    Why did the Easter egg hide?
    He was a little chicken.

    How does the Easter Bunny travel?
    By hare plane.

    How do you catch the Easter Bunny?
    Hide in a bush and make a noise like a carrot.

    Why are people tired in April?
    Because they just finished a march.

    What does the Easter Bunny get for making a basket?
    Two points, just like the other basketball players.

    How many Easter eggs can you put in an empty basket?
    Only one. After that, it’s no longer empty.

    How does the Easter Bunny stay in shape?
    EGG-xercise and HARE-robics.

    How does Easter end?
    With the letter R.

    What kind of plants do Easter eggs grow?
    Eggplants.

    How do you make a rabbit stew?
    Make it wait for three hours.

    Knock knock
    Who's there?
    Esther
    Esther who?
    Esther Bunny.

    Why did the old man put the Easter Bunny on his head?
    Because he had no hare.

    How did the Easter Bunny rate the Easter parade?
    He said it was eggs-cellent.

    What do you call a chocolate Easter bunny that sat in the sun too long?
    A runny bunny.

    How does the Easter Bunny keep his fur looking good?
    With a hare brush.

    What do you get if you cross a bee and a bunny?
    A honey bunny.

    What do you call a bunny with a dictionary in his pants?
    A smarty pants.

    What’s yellow, has long ears, and grows on trees?
    The Easter Bunana.

    What do you call a rabbit that tells good jokes?
    A funny bunny.

    How do you know carrots are good for your eyes?
    Because you never see a rabbit wearing glasses.

    What's red, pink and blue with yellow all over?
    An Easter egg rolling down the hill.

    How did the soggy Easter Bunny dry himself?
    With a hare dryer.

    Why should you never tell an Easter egg a joke?
    It might crack up.

    How does a rabbit keep his fur in place?
    With hare spray.

    What do you call a rabbit with fleas?
    Bugs Bunny.

    Why did the bunny go to the dance?
    To do the bunny hop.

    What do you get if you cross an elephant with a rabbit?
    An elephant who never forgets to eat his carrots.

    How are rabbits like calculators?
    They both multiply really fast.

    What kinds of bedtime stories do bunnies like?
    Ones with hoppy endings.

    What kind of music does the Easter Bunny like?
    Hip hop.

    What do you call a sleeping Easter egg?
    Egg-zosted.

    What did the rabbits do after their wedding?
    Went on their bunnymoon.

    How does the Easter Bunny say Happy Easter?
    Hoppy Easter.

    If a rooster layed an egg on top of a hill, which side would it roll down?
    Neither, roosters don’t lay eggs.

    What kinds of beans never grow in a garden?
    Jelly beans.

    Why was the Easter Bunny so upset?
    He was having a bad hare day.

    What’s the Easter Bunny’s favorite restaurant?
    IHOP.

    What did the bunny want to do when he grew up?
    Join the Hare Force.

    What days do eggs hate the most?
    Fry-days.

    How do rabbits say good-bye to carrots?
    It's been nice gnawing you!

    What do you call the Easter Bunny after Easter?
    Tired.

    Why can't a rabbit's nose be twelve inches long?
    Because then it would be a foot.

    What happened when the Easter Bunny met the rabbit of his dreams?
    They lived hoppily ever after.

    Why is a bunny the luckiest animal in the world?
    Because it has four rabbit’s feet.

    What do you get when you cross a bunny with an onion?
    A bunion.

    Why does the Easter bunny have a shiny nose?
    His powder puff is on the wrong end.

    What do you call an Easter egg from outer space?
    An Egg-stra terrestial.

    What do you call a dumb bunny?
    A hare brain.

    How can you tell which rabbits are the oldest in a group?
    Just look for the gray hares.

    Plus, one especially for the grandpas:
    What do you call ten rabbits marching backwards?
    A receding hareline.

    This post linked to Grandparents Say It Saturday.

    Today's question:

    How do you like your eggs (sunny-side up, etc)?

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    Reader Comments (12)

    My grandchildren are going to get a hoot out of these, thanks

    February 22, 2013 | Unregistered Commentergwen

    These will come in handy. Thanks!

    Easy over on a separate plate with no other food touching...and a side order of toast...and two slices of bacon crisp, please...(and now I'm hungry).

    February 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterNonnieKelly

    Wow.....that is alot of Easter jokes...thanks! I like my eggs over medium.

    February 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDebbie E.

    Those are awesome and I am prepared to use and each one on Amara! Grampy liked the receding hairline one! I have a rabbit joke to share!
    How do you catch a unique rabbit? You 'neak up on him!
    How do you catch a tame rabbit? The tame way!!

    As for how I like my eggs -- anything but sunny side up. Gross!

    February 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterGrandma Kc

    I like my eggs over easy...and all your egg jokes.

    February 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAnn

    Don't like eggs. Thanks for the egg jokes.

    February 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSally Kabak

    Just omelets, please!
    OMGoodness I am crazy about those jokes! Just had an idea! This year it will probably be too cold for an outside egg hunt. I will print these out and give each adult kid a set of 10 questions and answers, all mixed up! The first person to ACCURATELY match them all wins! Yeah! I am for sure gonna do that! THANK YOU thank you, thank you!!!!!

    February 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJoyce

    Those are so cute! Pinning these for future reference. Thanks for sharing!

    February 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRaquel

    Is it Easter already!?! The holidays seem to come faster and faster these days. Oh well, the grandkids are going to love these funnies. I will share them on our next long drive "Over the Hills, Through the Woods, to grandmothers house we go"...Every other weekend we make the 3 hour drive.

    Have a wonderful Weekend!

    Holly

    February 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterHolly

    Fun! Reminds me how much our kids liked silly jokes and puns when they were little - thanks for triggering a sweet memory.

    February 24, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterGrown and Flownwnandflown

    Those are great! I'll have to print some off for the grandkids. Thanks for linking with me!

    March 1, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterConnie

    Easter seems so quiet, being a great grandma with no little kids in the house. But, Xyden and his mama, grandma and aunties should be at the big Easter get-together, Sure hope our weather is good.

    April 11, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterAnn

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