My favorite elephant jokes come from the 1960s, when they first came out. Okay, so they’re dated. But grandkids love them because the jokes are short, always start with a question, and bring an absurd image to mind. I like them because they’re wholesome and funny. So if you want to hear kids laugh, try telling them some of these.My Favorite Elephant Jokes
Q: Why did the elephant wear tennies?
A: Because ninesies are too small and elevensies are too big.
Q: How can you tell if there’s an elephant under your bed?
A: Your nose touches the ceiling.
Q: How is an elephant like a napkin?
A: It’s hard to keep on your lap.
Q: How can you tell if an elephant is under the rug?
A: It giggles when you vacuum.
My Favorite Elephant Jokes with Two Punchlines
Q: Why did the elephant have a white stripe painted down its back?
A: So it could hide on the highway.
Q: Have you ever seen an elephant on the highway?
Works, doesn’t it!
Q: How do ducks get flat feet?
A: By stamping out fires.
Q: How do elephants get flat feet?
A: By stamping out flaming ducks.
My Favorite Elephant Jokes of This Decade
Q: Why do elephants sit still on marshmallows?
A: They don’t want to fall into the hot chocolate.
Q: What’s gray and has horns?
A: An elephant marching band.
If you have a favorite elephant joke, I’d like to hear it. Thanks!