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Friday Funnies: Winter Blues

Hello, Posse!

With Punxsutawney Phil (a.k.a. That &%$'! groundhog) seeing his shadow, the world is looking at six more weeks of winter. While it is not a good idea to take weather advice from rodents, no matter how cute they are, it can still add to your winters blues to even think that we could be in for six more weeks of cold weather.

We have not had any snow this year where we live, but my parents just spent the last few day at home because of a big storm that passed through Kansas. My sister even had some cold weather where she lives in Florida. I was this old when I learned that you can have a 'Falling iguana alert' from the National Weather Service when temperatures drop too much in Florida. Residents are warned not to park their cars under trees because falling iguanas can put a heck of a dent in your car. Hopefully it does not hurt the iguanas.

Being faced with more cold weather is a perfect reason to seek out new Dad Jokes, to boldly go where no Dad Joke has gone before! (Yes, I stole that from Star Trek) So I think we need great winter funnies today.

But . . . one slight bit of business before we get started. We are currently working up our program for the upcoming podcasts now that we know we have our basic technology in place to make it work. We have to do a few work arounds at the moment because our equipment does not actually work with our programs. For now, the work arounds are working and that will give us time to save up to upgrade to equipment and programs that actually work together.

Just to let you know, we are going to continue reading short bits from the first book in the Into the West Saga Serial, Into the West: The Orphan Train when it is just Dianne in the podcast. However, we are working out how to set up the equipment and programs to do remote interviews so we can start providing you with interviews with other indie authors and small business owners who offer products you might enjoy as a reader (or just as a human with good taste).

We are very big on supporting small business owners. We hope you are too. These are your neighbors, friends, relatives, or even strangers in another country, who took the chance to start their own business to get out of the 9-5 daily grind answering to someone else and try to build something they have pride in. Something that supports their families and often their health and sanity. Small business owners put money in the local economy and we think that should be supported. I hope you will follow our podcast to help support them too.

If you would like to support our small business, it is as easy as subscribing to our mailing list (which is free and you can quit anytime) or buying us a coffee. All funds are going to upgrading our equipment and programs to keep bringing you quality content.

So now, let's get on with the jokes!

Enjoy (and stay safe and warm out there),



Q: What does Frosty call his offspring?

A: His Chill-dren.

Q: Why did some people have trouble trusting Frosty?

A: Because he can be a real flake sometimes.

Q: What did Frosty name his dog?

A: Slushpuppy.

Q: What is an icy road's favorite pickup line when hitting on a car?

A: “Want to go for a spin?”

Q: What falls every winter but never gets hurt?

A: Snowflakes.

Q: Where do snowmen keep their money?

A: In snowbanks.

Q: What breakfast cereal is perfect for eating in winter?

A: Frosted Flakes!

Q: What do you get when you cross Frosty with Dracula?

A: Frostbite.

Q: Why did the musician keep their trumpet out in the snow?

A: They wanted to play cool jazz.

Q: What do mountains wear to stay warm?

A: Their snowcaps.

Q: What is it called when Frosty has a temper tantrum?

A: A meltdown.

Q: What do you call Frosty in summer?

A: A puddle.

Q: Did you hear that Frosty was a spy?

A: It's true! He has a license to chill.

Q: Why is Frosty never late?

A: Because time waits for snow-man.

Q: Did you hear about the man who got hit in the head with a snowball?

A: It knocked him out cold.

And last but not least (one from my home state) . . .

Q: What do you call it when one day is below freezing and the next day in the 70s?



Saratoga ES students and staff tell some Winter Jokes.

Forest Preserve District of Will County Presents

Nature Jokes for Kids: Winter Edition


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