Photos: Boulder presents Coyote Bob's ten best corny nature jokes
Did you know Boulder has a web page devoted to dumb jokes? We sure as hell didn't, but it's true: The kids section of the city's site boasts a huge collection of "Coyote Bob's Corny Nature Jokes" -- and seeing how it's Boulder, many are downright bizarre (e.g., the one about the cougar). We photo-illustrated the ten that made us laugh the hardest or roll our eyes the most. Check them out below, but don't judge! After all, Coyote Bob thinks they're funny!Number 10: Why do seagulls live near the sea?
A: If they lived near the bay, they would be bagels. Number 9: Where did the kittens go on their class trip?
A: To a mewseum. Continue to keep counting down Coyote Bob's ten best corny nature jokes.
Number 8: What do you get when you cross a bullsnake with a porcupine?
A: Six feet of barbed wire. Number 7: What did the judge say when a skunk walked into her courtroom?
A: "Odor in the court." Continue to keep counting down Coyote Bob's ten best corny nature jokes.
Number 6: What is the difference between a cougar and a comma?
A: One has the paws before the claws and the other has the clause before the pause. Number 5: Where does a blackbird go for a drink?
A: To a crow bar. Continue to keep counting down Coyote Bob's ten best corny nature jokes.
Number 4: What do you call an accidental bird collision?
A: A feather bender. Number 3: Did you hear about the cowboy who got himself a dachshund?
A: People kept telling him to get a long little doggie. Continue to keep counting down Coyote Bob's ten best corny nature jokes.
Number 2: What do you get if you pour hot water down a rabbit hole?
A: Hot cross bunnies. Number 1: What kind of luggage did the vulture take on his airplane trip?
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