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Pint-sized Punch Lines

October 25, 1998

* Why was the cereal bowl wearing a cape? Because it was the Super Bowl. (Morgan Markarian, 5, Los Angeles, St. Paul the Apostle School)

* Why did the orphan chickens cross the road? To find the Foster homes. (Pedro Putz, 7, Los Angeles, Chader Elementary)

* Why did the banana go to the hospital? Because it wasn't peeling well. (Elizabeth Schofield, 6, Torrance, Hickory Elementary)

* What do you call a skeleton when he's not working? Lazybones. (Natalie Meza, 9, Los Angeles, Grant Elementary)

* Why should you drive a Mercedes slowly around a corner? Because a Mercedes Benz. (Mugzie Gardner, 6, Beverly Hills, Marinette Day School)

* When do you know geese are afraid? When they have goose bumps. (Erik Orellano, 10, Los Angeles, Euclid Avenue Elementary)

* What happened when the ghost of Christmas came out on Halloween? He made a boo-boo. (Brooke Dettman, 4, Orange, Marty Preschool)

* 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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