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Pint-Sized Punch Lines

January 09, 1998

* Where can you see paintings and art and get your oil changed? At the Jiffy Louvre. (Ariel Edwards-Levy, 8, Sherman Oaks, Roscomare Road School)

* What kinds of chickens live in Las Vegas? Game hens. (Aaron Lichtner, 10, Northridge, Darby Avenue Elementary)

* How can you tell if a volcano is mad? It will blow its top. (Hillary Marston, 7, Anaheim, Fairmont Private School)

* What sounds like a cat and smells? Purr-fume. (Evan Friedman, 8, Brentwood, Toibb Pacific Hebrew Academy)

* What do you get when you cross a bear and a skunk? Winnie the Phew. (Kristen Lee, 7, Irvine, Bonita Canyon Elementary)

* What do cattle use as money? Moola. (Scotty Hauser, 9, Tarzana, L.A. Home Studies)

* SEND US A LINE: Kids, got a joke? Send it to Pint-Sized Punch Lines by fax, (213) 237-0732, or mail, Life & Style, Los Angeles Times, Times Mirror Square, Los Angeles, CA 90053. Include your full name, age, hometown and school.

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