What is brown, hairy and has sunglasses?
A coconut on holiday! Poppy Birkby (9)
Why did Henry VIII have so many wives?
He liked to chop and change! Madeleine Ross (9)
Who’s bigger? Mrs Bigger, Mr Bigger or Baby Bigger?
Baby Bigger because he’s just a little Bigger!
Ruby Daniels-Maxwell (9)
Why did Mickey Mouse go to space?
Because he wanted to find Pluto!
Eluned Hughes (8)
What’s the difference between a teacher and a train?
A teacher says “Spit out that toffee!” and a train says “Choo choo!” Matthew Lacey (7)
What did the hat say to the tie?
You hang around while I go on ahead!
Isobel Johnson (11)
Why didn’t the leopard want a bath?
Because he would be spotless! Minna Dundas (10)
What do cows drink when they are ill?
Cowpol! Isabella Harris (9)
What do you use to keep your trousers up in space?
An asteroid belt! Jonathan Yeap (8)
Two men went to court – one for eating fireworks and one for eating batteries.
One was charged and one was let off!
Alice Hankin (10) I wonder
Henry VIII had a very spoilt childhood as you might expect of a Royal Prince. He was so spoilt that he even had his own ‘whipping boy’ who was punished every time Henry did something wrong!
if Webfoot would be my whipping boy - then I could be naughty whenever I liked!
What did one blunt pin say to another?
I can’t see the point in this conversation! Gabriella Bosticco (10)
What’s worse than biting into an apple and finding a maggot?
Finding half a maggot! Georgia Holt (9)
One day a child was late for school.
The teacher said, “You’re late!”
The child said, “Well there are eight of us in the family and the alarm was set for seven!” Charlotte Addinall (8)
What do pirates listen to music on?
An Aarrr-pod! Maisie Layton-Reynolds (9)
A man walked into a bar.
Ouch! Frances Arnold (11)
Every day I look forward to
coming to work because I know you’ll have sent in more jokes! Keep them coming by emailing them to me at jokes@ puffinpost.co.uk
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