Q: Who weighs 6000 pounds and wears glass slippers?
Q: Wha’t big and grey and can fly straight up?
A: An elecopter.
Q: What do elephants do for entertainment?
A: Watch elevision.
Q: How do elephants communicate?
A: They talk on the elephone.
Q: How do you tell if there is an elephant in your refrigerator?
A: Look for his footprints in the cheesecake.
Q: How do you tell if there are two elephants in your refrigerator?
A: Look for two sets of footprints side by side.
Q: How do you tell if there are three elephants in your refrigerator?
A: The door won’t close.
Q: How many giraffes will fit in the refrigerator?
A: None: there are already too many elephants in there.
Q: How do you get an elephant into a Volkswagon Beetle?
A: Open the door, insert elephant, close door.
Q: How do you get 4 elephants in a Volkswagon?
A: Two in the front and two in the back
Q: How do you know if an elephant is visiting your house?
A: There is a Volkswagon parked outside with 3 elephants in it.
Q: How do you get 8 elephants in a refrigerator?
A: Put 4 elephants in one Volkswagon, put four elephants in another Volkswagon, and put the two Volkswagons in the refrigerator.
Q: But two Volkswagons won’t fit in a refrigerator.
A: There were two elephants in there, and a Volkswagon isn’t as big as an elephant!
Q: How do you get two Tarzans in the refrigerator?
A: You can’t. There is only one Tarzan!
Q: How do you make an elephant float?
A: With two scoops of ice-cream, a bottle of cream soda, and an elephant.
Q: Why are elephants large, gray, and wrinkled?
A: Because if they were small, white, and smooth they would be aspirins.
Q: Why did the elephant wear dark sunglasses?
A: So he wouldn’t be recognized.
Q: What did Tarzan say when the elephant came up over the hill?
A: Nothing. He didn’t recognize the elephant because he was wearing dark sunglasses.
Q: What did the cat say to the elephant?
Q: Why do elephants wear red toenail polish?
A: Oops, sorry, no Polish jokes allowed.
Q: Why do elephants paint their toenails red?
A: So they can hide in the strawberry patch.
Q: But there aren’t any elephants in the strawberry patch!
A: See, their camouflage is working.
Q: How do you get an elephant to the top of an oak tree?
A: Plant an acorn under him and wait 50 years.
Q: What if I don’t want to wait 50 years?
A: Put a parachute on the elephant and drop him from an elecopter.
Q: How do you get an elephant down from an oak tree?
A: Tell him to sit on a leaf and wait until autumn.
Q: Why are alligators long and flat?
A: They must have gotten too close to the oak tree.
Q: What’s the difference between an African elephant and an Indian elephant?
A: About 3000 miles.
Q: What’s the difference between an elephant and a flea?
A: An elephant can have fleas, but a flea can’t have elephants.
Q: What’s the difference between an elephant and an egg?
A: If you don’t know, I hope you don’t do the grocery shopping!
Q: Why did the elephant cross the road?
A: It was the chicken’s day off.
Q: Why did the Frenchman sprinkle salt on the road?
A: To keep elephants away.
Q: But there are no elephants in France.
A: See, it’s working!
Q: What do you do with a blue elephant?
A: Cheer him up.
Q: Where is the best place to see a herd of charging elephants?
A: On elevision.
Q: How do you keep an elephant from charging?
A: Take away his credit cards.