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    1. In the zodiac why is Libra the Scales the only inanimate symbol? (Contributed by Don F.)
    2. What is the purpose of the little ball on top of the flag pole? (Contributed by Don F.)
    3. Why can't they make magnets that can point in any direction? (Contributed by Don F.)
    4. If you have a bunch of odds and ends and get rid of all but one of them would you call it an odd or an end? (Contributed by Don F.)
    5. What is a "Free" gift? Aren't all gifts free? (Contributed by Don F.)
    6. Why do we say something is made out of Solid Glass? Is there any other kind? (Contributed by Don F.)
    7. Why does glass eventually get thicker towards the bottom? (Contributed by Don F.)
    8. Is it possible to have imitation rhinestones? (Contributed by Dan B.)
    9. If a tin whistle is made of tin what are fog horns made of? (Contributed by Eldridge Scales)
    10. Why are haunted houses never locked? (Contributed by Vanbooven)
    11. Just what is a 'Conniption Fit'? (Contributed by Pat F.)
    12. Could crop circles be the work of a cereal killer? (Contributed by Julie's Place)
    13. What happens if you return a non-returnable bottle? (Contributed by Bob & Doug)
    14. How come if you cut the ends off a string the string still has two ends? (Contributed by Wayne)
    15. We have crude oil so why don't we have cultured oil? (Contributed by Chet Meek)
    16. Is a sleeping bag a nap sack? (Contributed by Chet Meek)
    17. Who invented invention? (Contributed by Alex Petty)
    18. Where does the wax go when you burn dripless candles? (Contributed by Friend)
    19. Why is something always razor sharp but never razor dull? Obviously these people haven't used razor's very much right? (Contributed by Jim Adams)
    20. How did they build the first tall crane if they needed a tall crane to build one? (Contributed by Goodie2shoes)
    21. Why is the Mona Lisa smiling? (Contributed by Robin Nobles)
    22. If a glass case is filled with dirt and water we call it an aquarium. If it's filled with dirt and air we call it a terrarium. If dirt is common in both then shouldn't a terrarium be called an airarium? (Contributed by Ryoga)
    23. Isn't today's mighty oak just yesterday's nut that held it's ground? (Contributed by Rodney & Cathy's Joke List)
    24. Why is it that nothing ever fits back into it's box after you have taken it out? (Contributed by Asa)
    25. Why is something great referred to as 'A-1'? (Contributed by MailBits.com)
    26. If soap falls in the mud does it get dirty? (Contributed by Prcushnist)
    27. Could it be that boulders are just statues of big rocks? (Contributed by Strage.com)
    28. If there is no God who pops up the next Kleenex in the box? (Contributed by Don F.)
    29. Why do we make maps with North at the top? Couldn't it really be the other way around? (Contributed by Algoma)
    30. Why aren't food stamps edible? (Contributed by Aaron Packnick)
    31. If you want to sell a new, unused price tag, where would you put the price? (Contributed by Aaron Packnick)
    32. How come there's always 101 jokes on joke lists? (Contributed by Aaron Packnick)
    33. How do lava lamps work? And what is that gook in them? (Contributed by Ossie Michelin)
    34. How come we always hear about male letters, but never anything about female letters? (Contributed by Robert Christopher)
    35. Isn't getting caught the real mother of invention? (Contributed by Robert Byrne)
    36. What is the point of props in a theatre? They don't hold anything up, do they? (Contributed by Ashley G.)
    37. What's the shelf life of a shelf? (Contributed by Canoe Two)
    38. Are jigsaw puzzles actually cut with a jigsaw? (Contributed by Sarah D.)
    39. Can you really hear the ocean if you hold a seashell to your ear? (Contributed by MailBits.com)
    40. If you coated a magnet in teflon and threw it on the fridge, would the magnet stick to the fridge? (Contributed by David in Australia)
    41. Why do you need I.D. to get I.D.? And if you already had I.D., why would you need I.D.? (Contributed by MosDef)
    42. Did you know that a family alter can alter a family? (Contributed by Nancy)
    43. What is a sweet bippy? And why are people always betting on it? (Contributed by Randy Miller)
    44. Why is it easier to tear an article from a newspaper from top to bottom than from side to side? (Contributed by MailBits.com)
    45. How come when you have everything together, it doesn't take very much for them not to be? (Contributed by Ralphie)
    46. Why can't someone invent a razor using just the third blade as that seems to be the one that shaves the closest? (Contributed by Steve)
    47. How come we never see a cat on the catwalk? (Contributed by I.C.)
    48. Can you get punished for telling a really bad pun? (Contributed by Valerie)
    49. Why are distant objects upside down in a magnifying glass? (Contributed by James Walden)
    50. Since an anklet is called an anklet, why isn't a bracelet called a wristlet? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    51. Do daily horoscopes take PMS into account? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    52. Is there any joke that is NOT 'the oldest joke in the Universe'? (Contributed by Valerie)
    53. If a Thermous Bottle keeps your chicken soup HOT, and the same Thermous Bottle keeps your ice tea COLD, how does it know when to do which? (Contributed by Rich P.)
    54. When a structure is being constructed, we say they are building something, so when it is complete, why don't we call it a 'built'? (Contributed by Terri)
    55. Why is it that there is a king, a queen, and a jack in a deck of cards? I understand that there was a King and Queen of England, but whoever heard of the Jack of England? (Contributed by legos)
    56. Everyone talks about bad puns, but is there such a thing as a good pun? And if there isn't, then why do we say 'bad pun'? If all puns are bad, then we're just being redundant, aren't we? (Contributed by Melania Lavric)
    57. Why is it that when someone who has really bad handwriting writes you a note, the only part you can read is 'I hope you can read this note'? (Contributed by Sierra)
    58. Why are there no magnets for washing machines or dryers? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    59. Why are things typed UP but written DOWN? (Contributed by Gord)
    60. How come overtones and undertones are the same thing? (Contributed by Gord)
    61. Does a Ferris Wheel go round and round? Or over and over? (Contributed by Jim Adams)
    62. Is a mom's favorite smell, fresh school supplies? (Contributed by fancy)
    63. Why aren't safety pins as safe as they say they are? (Contributed by C.T.)
    64. If a fork were made of gold, would it still be considered silverware? (Contributed by Dennis)
    65. Can crop circles be square? (Contributed by Chuck)
    66. What is a NEWsletter called when it gets OLD? (Contributed by Nikos Zachariadis)
    67. How come a two-man pup tent does not include two men nor a pup? (Contributed by Steve)
    68. Why are the threads on a glass fuse the same as that of a light bulb? (Contributed by Randy)
    69. What if you drop your whistle in the mud? (Contributed by Nathan Ryhard)
    70. Can you blow a balloon up under water? (Contributed by Jordon)
    71. When a car is for sale and it has a balloon on it, does the balloon come with it? (Contributed by Jordon)
    72. Do Capitalists always write in block letters? (Contributed by Wayne A. Nowazek)
    73. Do we make bombs better or worse? (Contributed by M.F.)
    74. Why exactly IS there a snow-globe with summer scenes? (Contributed by M.F.)
    75. Isnít silence often misinterpreted but never misquoted? (Contributed by W.J.)
    76. Would a tattoo be classified as a permanent reminder of temporary insanity? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    77. Puns are for children, not groan readers, right? (Contributed by Steve)
    78. Why is a manhole cover round? (Contributed by Hallie M.)
    79. How is it that we put man on the moon before we figured out it would be a good idea to put wheels on luggage? (Contributed by Julee)
    80. Was the first pocket-sized tape recorder manufactured for people who liked small talk? (Contributed by Joe)
    81. Just what is that magical thing that turns knic-knacs into Curios once they are put into a cabinet? (Contributed by Don F.)
    82. Are pins particularly neat? (Contributed by Leslie)
    83. If rugs could talk, would they just lie? (Contributed by Ralphie)
    84. Why are things discovered too late and never too early? (Contributed by Andrea)
    85. If the front of the newspaper says 'USA Today' then why is there a picture of a globe on it? (Contributed by Samuel V.)
    86. What does the other side of a smiley face look like? (Contributed by Ralphie)
    87. How do you take the price tag off a gift certificate? (Contributed by Ralphie)
    88. Do we call it a "shotgun" to distinguish it from all those non-shooting guns? (Contributed by Sammie)
    89. Is a ďSpecial InterestĒ more interesting than a regular one? (Contributed by Sam Pittman)
    90. How winded must you be to use a candle snuffer? (Contributed by Ralphie)
    91. Why is there writing on lightbulbs? If the light's on, it's too bright to read the writing and if the light's out, it's too dark to read the writing, right? (Contributed by King David)
    92. Why do people view a glass as "half empty" or "half full" when actually the glass is just too big? (Contributed by King David)
    93. Why do they call it "hand blown glass" when you have to use your mouth? (Contributed by King David)
    94. When itís dark outside and my shadow vanishes, does it go somewhere and have fun without me? (Contributed by L.B.)
    95. How come the frames for manhole covers are reinforced? They are a circle of 1 inch steel. Does steel warp that much? (Contributed by Don F.)
    96. Why aren't hot pads hot? (Contributed by Alan Pedersen)
    97. If you painted a light bulb black, would it go darker when you turned it on? (Contributed by Paul G.)
    98. If gas is a liquid, why is it called gas? (Contributed by Dipstick)
    99. If you drop a safe-deposit box on your foot, should it be considered an unsafe deposit box? (Contributed by Vaiden)
    100. Do they hire crickets to sit inside those smoke alarms and start chirping when the batteries run down? (Contributed by Gary Bogue)
    101. Is it true that wearing headphones for just an hour will increase the bacteria in your ear by 700 times? (Contributed by L.P.)
    102. What does the back of a shadow look like? (Contributed by Janet Z.)
    103. How come the more a diamond is cut the more it sparkles? (Contributed by Nameo)
    104. Why are they called "manhole covers"? They don't cover any holes in men or men themselves, do they? Aren't they really "streethole covers"? (Contributed by Evaonne Hendricks)
    105. Why is soap so slippery? (Contributed by Laryssa)
    106. If you have multiple items in your pocket, how come every object has to be removed before getting the one you want? (Contributed by Ralphie)
    107. Is there anything so small that it canít be blown out of proportion? (Contributed by Ralphie)
    108. Is there anything that will work if it is put back together in the reverse of the way it was dismantled? (Contributed by Ralphie)
    109. In a deck of cards, why is the king of hearts the only king without a moustache? (Contributed by Robbie C.)
    110. In the Mona Lisa painting, why does she not have eyebrows? (Contributed by Robbie C.)
    111. Why are toe nail clippers bigger than finger nail clippers? Aren't your toe nails are smaller than your finger nails? (Contributed by AK)
    112. Why is it that when you discover you canít have something, you want it even more? (Contributed by Peter)
    113. Why is it that no plastic bag will open from the end you first try? (Contributed by George)
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