Knock Knock

Boy #1:  Knock, Knock

Boy #2:  Who’s there?

Boy#1:  Insert pretty much anything here, really, pretty much anything goes.  For clarifications purposes we will refer to this as the joke subject.

Boy #2:  You know how this goes right? [Joke subject] who?

Boy#1: [Joke subject] in their/his/her underwear!

Tilt face up to the sky, laugh as if you just heard the most hilarious thing ever, and repeat with new joke subject (or continue to use the same joke subject because that is funny too.)  Apparently for a six and four year old boy, this type of joke format is something that can be (and is) repeated over and over again for hours on end and into days and weeks and is never found to be old.

Some of their favorite joke subjects are Momma, Poppa, Dexter, Delilah, and squirrel.  I fear this is going to be one long summer vacation.

What are your favorite joke subjects?

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24 Responses to Knock Knock

  1. jensine says:

    next time they ask you say banana … kids love bananas in underwear

  2. Nancy says:

    It must that age. My 4-year-old daughter is big into knock knock jokes right. Same scenario. Very funny…about the first 10 times ;)

  3. muddledmom says:

    My kids come up with the worst knock-knock jokes ever. Oh how I hate it when I hear those words!

  4. mimijk says:

    Orange…orange you you glad you didn’t say banana? That one ran on in our house for an interminably long time..

  5. seriously – this is so funny – when my eldest son was little, he and a friend (who lived across the street) told these weird jokes that no one understood except them and they laughed and laughed and we would laugh at them because their jokes made no sense whatsover to us

    • shoes says:

      That is awesome. I remember having secret code words for certain things with my best friend in elementary school. We ended up with so many code words we could not remember what they stood for and would get ourselves all confused. Good times, good times.

  6. Mary Ann says:

    I really wish I could remember my favorite knock, knock joke right now!

    • shoes says:

      Knock knock
      Who’s there?
      Dishes.
      Dishes who?
      Dishes a very bad joke

      I am not very good at this whole joke telling business, so this is the best I could come up with for you. :-)

      • Mary Ann says:

        Thanks! That jogged my memory.

        Here goes:

        Knock Knock

        Who’s There?

        Little Old Lady.

        Little Old Lady Who?

        I didn’t know you knew how to yoddle!

        Hehe! You could tell your kids and then you could hear that joke over and over again!

  7. Please, save me from the knock knock jokes ….. ! My kids have been torturing me with them.

    • shoes says:

      I have a feeling knock knock jokes will be around in our house for years to come. I can’t help but to share my pain with you all just a little bit. :-)

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