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Is there any better way to kick off the weekend than with food jokes? I don’t think so! Owlkids intern, Lesley has some hilarious food jokes to celebrate the Jan/Feb Food issue. Take it away, Lesley!
Have you read the jokes at the back of Chirps January/February magazine? They are pretty food-tastic! Do you want s’more?
Q: Why don’t eggs tell jokes?
A: They’d crack each other up!
Q: What did the baby corn say to it’s mom?
A: Where’s my popcorn?
Q: What do you call a sleeping pizza?
A: a piZZZZZZa
I hope those jokes weren’t too corny! Catch you later readers!
Chirp reader Mia, age 4, recently got a Chirp subscription from her Grandad. She sent us this fun photo of her with her new magazine at the hairdresser’s. In Mia’s own words: “I can’t really read yet, I’m just chilling out.”
Great photo, Mia! Thanks for sharing.
Where do you read your Chirp magazine, reader? Let us know in the comments.
Did you read the Live From Your Fridge story by Canadian author Bowman Wilker in the January/February issue of Chirp Magazine? Since the theme of this issue is FOOD, let’s get to know Bowman a little better with these four food questions.
1. What inspired you to write a poem about the food in your fridge?
My daughters and their friends came up with the character Bubba Da Lemon and I just loved the name. I thought he would be the type of lemon who would have lots of funny and talented friends. Plus, I always wondered what happened in my fridge whenever I closed the door! Now I know.
2. What is your favourite food?
I like avocados because they are such great salsa dancers. I also love bananas because most of the time they are just – BANANAS!
3. What is your least favourite food?
I would never want to hurt any vegetable’s feelings but I really don’t like the way cabbages sing. If you have ever heard a cabbage sing you know exactly what I mean. That’s probably why there are no cabbage music groups.
4. What’s the silliest meal you’ve ever had?
I once went out to dinner with a couple of eggplants and a zucchini. It was a ridiculously silly meal! The eggplants didn’t even wear shirts and the zucchini had terrible table manners! He did not even say, “Please” when he asked me to pass the salt.
Ha ha! Thanks, Bowman!
For more food fun be sure to check out the January/February issue of Chirp Magazine.
— Jackie, firstname.lastname@example.org