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? A: Carrion.
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