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Pint-Sized Punch Lines

July 15, 1998

How do camels disguise themselves? They use camelflage. (Benjamin Silva, 6, Manhattan Beach, Robinson Elementary)

* What never asks questions but always has to be answered? The telephone. (Joseph Mathieu, 11, Rancho Palos Verdes, Vista Grande Elementary)

* What did the hair say to the comb? "If you pull me, I'll break your teeth." (Stephanie Mijangos, 9, Los Angeles, Alexandria Avenue Elementary)

* What did the evil parrot owner say to his parrot? "Polly want a smacker?" (Latif Bouzoubaa, 8, San Diego, Mission Bay Montessori Academy)

* Which schoolkids grow the sweetest food? Candy-gardeners. (Isabel Carey, 6, Los Angeles, Overland Avenue Elementary)

* 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. Print (or type) your full name, age, hometown and school. Please note that we try to avoid jokes we've published before. And please be patient.

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