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Riddle Me Christmas

Riddle Me Christmas

How many Christmas jokes do you know?

Old-fashioned riddles and puns may cause us to groan, or these crazy quips can make us merrier, especially at Christmas time. 

Try these 15 Christmas riddles, and see what happens.

Q: What do Santa and his elves do every Saturday night?
A: They have a ho-ho-ho down.

Q: What happened to Santa's elf, after he ate the Christmas tree decorations?
A: He came down with tinsel-itis.

Q: Why does Santa fly down the chimney on Christmas Eve?
A: Because it soots him.

Q: Why did Santa send his North Pole Workshop supervisor to psychotherapy?
A: Because the poor guy suffered from low elf esteem.

Q: What do you get when you cross Frosty the Snowman with Vampire Edward Cullen?
A: Frostbite.

Q: If Santa hired his own son as an elf, what would he call the kid?
A: Subordinate Claus

Q: What can you get, if you smoke under the Christmas tree?
A: A tannen-bomb.

Q: Why did the fast-food cook toss Santa into the deep fryer?
A: He wanted to see Krisp Kringle.

Q: What happened after Santa’s cat ate a ball of Christmas yarn?
A: She had mittens.

Q: What do you call people who are afraid of Santa Claus?
A: Claustrophobic.

Q: What does Mrs. Claus call reindeer that can’t keep up with the team?
A: Supper.

Q: How does Good King Wenceslas like his pizza?
 A: Deep pan, crisp and even.

Q: What did Dasher say to Dancer on December 25th?
A: Merry Christmas, deer.

Q: How do Mr. and Mrs. Frosty go for a night on the town?
A: On an icicle built for two.

Q: What goes “Oh, oh, oh, oooooooh!”
A: Santa falling backwards off the roof.

Are you groaning yet, or simply puzzled? What other Christmas jokes or riddles do you know? (Leave a comment with your Christmas quips.)
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3 comments:

  1. These are all great! I mean terrible! Which is like terribly great!

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  2. Corny, but I dig it! My favorite one:
    How much did Santa pay for his sleigh?

    Nothing...it was on the house! :-D

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  3. I wish you hadn't included the answers. I might have guessed them all, or maybe just the ones I remembered from reading this last year, or maybe not even those.

    Q: How do we know that the old Russian guy was a good meteorologist? A: Because Rudolph the Red knows rain, Dear.

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