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Pint-Sized Punch Lines

October 29, 1998

* What do ghosts eat for breakfast? Ghost Toasties and Evaporated Milk. (James Hodges, 10, Reseda, Calvert Street School)

* Why couldn't the skeleton walk? The dog buried his feet. (Pete Sigala, 9, Fullerton, Fullerton Academy)

* What did the tree say when people were picking apples? Stop picking on me. (Edgar Aertaga, 8, Fullerton, Fullerton Academy)

* Why didn't the ghost like his costume? Because you can see through it. (Taylor Hotvet, 6, Pasadena, Clairbourn School)

* Knock, knock. Who's there? Lettuce. Lettuce who? Lettuce out of here, it's cold. (Israel Bobadilla, 9, Hawthorne, Williams School)

* Where did the vampire keep his money? At the blood bank. (Travonne Momon, 9, Hawthorne, Williams School)

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