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What happens when a cat crosses the desert at Christmas?
It gets “Sandy claws!”

What lives in winter, dies in summer, and grows with its root upward?
An icicle!

Why does Santa like chimneys?
They soot him.

How did Scrooge score a touchdown?
The ghost of Christmas passed.

What wear armor and goes around on tip-toes?
A Silent Knight

Where do snowmen keep their money?
Snowbanks

What’s in December that is not in any other month?
The letter “D”

On what side of a house do pine trees grow best?
The outside

How many pieces of candy can you put in an empty stocking?
One, after that it s not empty

What would you get if Minnehaha married Santa Claus?
Minnehaha Hoho.

Why do mother kangaroos hate rainy days?
Because their children have play inside.

What is brown, has a hump, and lives at the North Pole?
A lost camel.


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