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## #1 2019-01-07 00:23:42

ganesh
Registered: 2005-06-28
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### Birthday Jokes - 2

Q: What does a clam do on his birthday?
A: He shellabrates!
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Q: What party game do rabbits like to play?
A: Musical Hares!
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Q: What does a cat like to eat on his birthday?
A: Mice cream and cake!
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Q: Where do you find a birthday present for a cat?
A: In a cat-alogue!
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Q: Why did everyone hide from Sue on her birthday?
A: Because they wanted her to be Sue-prised!
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Q: What is a meaning of a true friend?
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Q: What did the ice-cream say to the unhappy birthday cake?
A: "What's eating you?"
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Q: When is a birthday cake like a golf ball?
A: When it's been sliced.
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Q: What do you give nine-hundred-pound gorilla for his birthday?
A: I don't know, but you'd better hope he likes it!
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Q: Did you hear about the love affair between sugar and cream?
A: It was icing on the cake.
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Q: What happens when no one comes to your birthday party?
A: You can have your cake and eat it too.
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Q: Did you hear about the dancer's birthday?
A: It was a tappy one!
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Q: How can you tell that you're getting old?
A: You go to an antique auction and three people bid on you!
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Q: Did you hear about the flag's birthday?
A: It was a flappy one!
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Q: Why do we put candles on top of a birthday cake?
A: Because it's too hard to put them on the bottom!
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