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Pint-Sized Punch Lines

April 14, 1998

How do rattlesnakes call home? Poison to poison. (Jonathan Grossman, 6, North Hills, Balboa Magnet School)

* When does a pig go to the doctor? When he has the oinkups. (Jennifer Ann Najera, 9, Fontana, South Tamarind Elementary)

* What do computer experts eat for a snack? Memory chips. (Joseph Mathieu, 11, Rancho Palos Verdes, Vista Grande Elementary)

* Why does Father Time wear bandages? Because day breaks and night falls. (Maria Mazarati, 11, Encino, Portola Middle School)

* Why does it rain so much? God likes to take showers. (Happy Liston, 6, La Tuna Canyon, Village Christian School)

* Why is "smile" the longest word in the dictionary? If you take away the "s," you get a mile. (Michelle Cherner, 8, Encino, Wilbur Avenue School)

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