Friday Funny October 17, 2014 Later Gator

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Happy Friday!  A visit to Gatorland led me to share a little biting humor this week.

Enjoy!

Q: What do you call an alligator in a vest?
A: An Investigator

Q: What’s the similarity between an alligator and a computer?
A: Neither of them has enough bytes!

Q: How many arms has an alligator got?
A: Depends how far along he is with his dinner!

Q: What do you get if you cross an alligator with a flower?
A: I don’t know, but I’m not going to smell it!

Q: Did you hear about the law firm with the most intimidating lawyers?
 A: It’s filled with liti-gators.

Q: What do you call an alligator with GPS?
A: A Navi-gator.

Q: What do you call the crocodile that sprays for bugs?
A:  A fumi-gator.

Q: What do alligators call human children?
A: Appetizers.

Q: What do you call an alligator that makes others fight?
A: An Instigator.

Q: Did you hear about the alligator who became a congressman?
A: He was an expert dele-gator.

Q: What do you call an alligator that works on a farm?
 A: An irri-gator.

Q: What happens if you get bitten by an alligator?
A: You get gatoraids
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The best thing to do is just leave them alone. Alligators want to be away from you just as much as you want to be away from them. ~ Jack Hannah

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2 thoughts on “Friday Funny October 17, 2014 Later Gator

  1. Bill Patterson

    What do you call an alligator who keeps trying to bothering you? an agitator-gator. Waht do you call a potato growing alligator? A tater-gator. What do you call a harvested alligator? Shoes, belts, and purses

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