An Elephant

Elephant Nouveau

by Katherine Phelps
Copyright © 1997

Q: How can you tell if an elephant has been on the golf course?
A: By the foot prints in your putter.

Q: How many elephants does it take to change a lightbulb?
A: None, they have plenty of light in the refrigerator.

Q: What's grey and red and goes ninety miles an hour?
A: Elephant in a blender.

Five blind elephants are feeling a man. The first elephant feels his head and says, "It's a grassy rock." The second elephant feels his back and says, "It's a wooden plank." The third feels his ear and says, "It's a shell." The fourth feels his legs and says, "It's a pair of saplings." And the fifth elephant feels around the man's hips and says, "Oh, it's a tiny elephant!"

Q: What did Tarzan say when he saw the elephants come over the hill?
A: Look! Here come the elephants over the hill.
Q: What is the difference between a grape and an elephant?
A: A grape is purple, an elephant is grey.
Q: What did Jane say when she saw the elephants coming over the hill?
A: Look! Here come the grapes over the hill. Jane was colour blind.

The first four jokes are original to Katherine Phelps, Copyright 1997, and may only be reprinted with permission of the author.