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Pint-Sized Punch Lines

March 19, 1998

Definition: A rat is a squirrel having a bad tail day. (Tesssa Abrahams, 7, Los Angeles, Palisades Charter Elementary)

* Why did the lady go out with her purse open? Because she heard there was going to be some change in the weather. (Jenna Michlin, 8, San Pedro, Harbor Magnet)

* On a baseball diamond, is it longer from first to second base or from second to third? From second to third because there is a shortstop in the middle. (Lindsey Marino, 13, Irvine, Sierra Vista)

* What word is spelled wrong even by experts? "Wrong." (Katie O'Rourke, 9, Solvang, Solvang Elementary)

* What is the best time of the day to go to the dentist? Tooth-hurty! (Nicholas and Zachary LaBrenz, 8 and 5, Chula Vista, Pilgrim Lutheran LSchool)

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