by Robert Danos on June 02
Good, Bad and Dad Jokes and a Video Message from Robert
Good morning gentlemen,
First, please take a look at this quick video message above that I recorded this morning.
Now, enjoy the jokes I got from our email camper & counselor joke request a couple of weeks ago. If you have one to send in, please do for next time!
Question: What do you call the fastest sailboat in the world? Answer: Usain Boat.
Q: How do you make a yacht look younger? A: Boat-Tox.
Q: How do you make a boat feel better? A: Give it some “Vitamin Sea”.
Q: Where do ghosts like to go sailing? A: Lake Eerie
Q: What do you do with a sick boat? A: Take it to the doc.
Q: What do you call a cyborg that likes to sit in a canoe? A: a row-bot.
Q: Why did my dad would always tell me that, if my canoe flipped over, I could just use it as a hat? A: Because it’s capsized.
Q: What do you call a canoe that’s 50% off? A: a sale boat.
Q: How do swimmers clean themselves?
A: They wash up on shore!
Q: Why do dolphins only swim in salt water?
A: Because pepper makes them sneeze!
Q: What did the ocean say to the beach?
A: Nothing. It just waved.
Q: Why can elephants swim whenever they want?
A: They always have their trunks!
Q: Why couldn’t the mountain bike continue? A: Because it was too tired.
Q: What happened when I was hit in the head by a mountain bike component? A: It was a bit of a shock.
Q: What happened when I came across two talking stones while I was out hiking?
A: One Was Big but Shy. The Other Was A Little Boulder.
Q: A pony goes to the doctor and tells him, “Doc, I think I’m dying. I have this terrible sore throat.” A: The doctor assures him, “It’s okay—you’re just a little horse.”
Q: Why was the pig red? A: He was out all day BACON in the sun!
Q: What did Tennessee? A: What Arkansas
Q: What do you call a playlist made for hiking.
A: trail mix.
Q: Ever heard of the new restaurant karma? A: There’s no menu you get what you deserve
Q: Why was the math book sad? A: It had too many problems!
Q: Why can’t dinosaurs clap?
A: Because they are extinct
Q: Wanna hear a pizza joke? A: I can’t tell you. It’s too cheesy
Q: Why is a slice of apple pie is $2.50 in Jamaica and $3.00 in the Bahamas. A: These are the pie rates of the Caribbean.
Robert Danos, Mondamin’s year-round Program Director, is a Tulane graduate and Louisiana native who first came to North Carolina as a camper in 1979, and has been on staff for over 25 years. Before joining the year-round staff, Robert spent time both in teaching and child psychology. As Program Director, Robert is responsible for the smooth integration of the various activities at camp, ensuring that both 9 year old new campers and 16 year old veterans feel challenged and productive. He shares the responsibility for staff supervision and morale, and helps set the tone for camp in general.
Robert’s wife, Susan, spent eight years on staff at our sister camp, Green Cove, and they have two girls and a boy.