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Pint-Sized Punch Lines

March 01, 1998

* Why don't leopards like to play hide-and-seek? Because they are always spotted. (Sasha Guttentag, 7, Venice, Santa Monica Alternative School House)

* What did one strawberry say to the other strawberry? "If you weren't so fresh, we wouldn't be in this jam." (Allison Sasabe, 10, Los Angeles, Ivanhoe Elementary)

* How do you communicate with an ant? You make small talk. (Dario Smoot, 5, La Can~ada, Foothill Progressive Montessori)

* What do you call a nut that sticks to a wall? A walnut. (Isabella Angel, 8, Los Angeles, Mount Washington Elementary)

* Why did the barber win the race? He knew a shortcut. (Joshua Schwartz, 6, Tarzana, Castlemont School)

* Why did the dog say, "Meow"? He was studying a foreign language. (Max Stallings, 8, Santa Barbara, Notre Dame Catholic School)

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