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Pint-Sized Punch Lines

October 21, 1998

* What kind of horse likes to be ridden at night? A nightmare. (Matisse Ventura, 6, Laguna Niguel/Brentwood, Kenter Canyon Elementary School)

* What did the bug say when it was stepped on? Nothing--bugs can't talk. (Fiona P. Ventura, 4, Laguna Niguel/Brentwood, Redwood Village Children's Center)

* What do you call a very religious smoked salmon? Ortholox! (David Sherman, 12, Tarzana, Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies)

* Why were the Indians the first to be in America? Because they had reservations. (Steve Lamas, 7, Corona, Vicentia Elementary)

* Where do ghosts buy their groceries? At the ghostery store. (Kathryn O'Sullivan, 5, Glendale, Adventist Children's Center)

* 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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