Knock Knock…

English Fun 9 March 2010 | 2 Comments

Time for some English fun!

Have you ever heard of Knock Knock jokes? Do you know what to say when a person who speaks English says “Knock knock?”

Here’s what you do…
Person A: Knock knock…
Person B: Who’s there?
Person A: Abe
Person B: Abe who?
Person A: Abe c d e f g h i j k l….
Now this is where Person B can laugh at the wonderful (bad) joke that Person A just told.

Here are a few more knock knock jokes that you can tell your friends…

Knock knock
Who’s there?
Abbott!
Abbott who?
Abbott time you answered the door! (Get it? Abbott sounds like ‘about’)

Knock knock
Who’s there?
Bean.
Bean who?
Bean fishing lately? (Bean sounds like been.)

Knock knock
Who’s there?
Leaf.
Leaf who?
Leaf me alone! (Leaf is like leave.)
Yes, these are ‘bad’ knock knock jokes, but that is the point. The sillier the joke the better!

2 Responses on “Knock Knock…”

  1. Aelphaeis says:

    Haha I’ve heard tons of these, though I don’t recall any of them now lol. I would probably suck at telling them anyway haha.

  2. Yvonne says:

    You are too funny! I love knock knock jokes. They are so silly!

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