An April 1 Tradition Are you an April Fool? Being foolish is a tradition given to us long ago. Back then, the New Year was celebrated from March 21 to April 1. When it was decided the New Year should start on January 1, anyone who celebrated the old date became an April Fool.
One day, cows from the Busy “B” ranch and cows from the Lazy “1” ranch got all mixed up. The ranch cowboys were confused. How can they tell the cows apart in order to separate them?
When the circus came to town, everyone was surprised — even the lion tamer, as he discovered 7 new lion cubs in the lion cage. Before long, everyone agreed it would be best to separate the feisty cubs. But how? Then the ringmaster had an idea: “I know a way you can place 3 large rings to make 7 sections, one for each cub.” Do you know how to do that?
I work all day turning letters to help our contestants try to solve a riddle. Not only do they have a “wheely” good time, but they also have a chance to win a “fortune.” Who am I?
What do you get when you wake a sleeping bear?
What are three words you never say to a raccoon?
What do you call a really picky cat?
A “paw-ticular” feline.
How can you tell when a polar bear is moving?
There's a “fur sale” sign in the yard.
What do you give to a 500-pound alligator when he knocks at your door?
Anything he wants.
How do fish finish their floors?
They “carp it.”