Some jokes are considered dad jokes or strictly for kids due to their innocent nature. These may include knock-knock jokes or those that rely heavily on puns.
Kid jokes are usually one-liners and simple. They’re not narrative by nature since kids don’t usually memorize long passages that a stand-up comedian would use.
In this video, 100 kids tell a joke. Of course, there are some repeats. The video is edited so that each kid contributes to some part of the joke told by several kids.
The video starts with a simple knock-knock joke that many have probably heard before. A: Knock-Knock B: Who’s there? A: Ash B: Ash-who? Now is where the jokester should reply, “God bless you.” However, this kid just wants to pretend to sneeze. He’s very confused by the film crew, who tells him what the actual punchline is.
As expected, there are a lot of “Why did the chicken cross the road?” entries. However, one child gives a very long explanation about eggs and how the farmer needs them.
Some jokes are definite “dad jokes,” mainly since they deal with aspects of life kids know nothing about. Jokes like, “My boss told me to have a good day, so I went home.”
At the end of the video, the film crew ruins one earnest kid’s genuine attempt at comedy. The joke: What do you get when you cross a porcupine and a tortoise? Instead of waiting for the punchline, the cameraman says, “A slowpoke.” Enjoy these kids telling their best jokes.