Q: What looks like an elephant and flies?

A: A flying elephant.


Q: How can you tell the difference between a grape and an elephant?

A: Grapes are purple.


Q: What’s the difference between an elephant and grass?

A: They’re both green, except the elephant.


Q: How can you tell the difference between a grape and an elephant if you’re color blind?

A: Dance on it for awhile. If you don’t get any wine, it’s an elephant.


Q: What did Hannibal say when he saw elephants coming over the hill?

A: “Look, there’s elephants coming over the hill.”


Q: What did he say when he saw elephants with sunglasses on, coming over the hill?

A: Nothing, he didn’t recognize them.


Q: What did Hannibal say when he saw giraffes with sunglasses on coming over the hill?

A: “Haha! You fooled me once with those disguises, but not this time!”

Vocabulary Help

  • look like – parecer
  • fly – voar (também pode significar mosca)
  • grapes – uvas
  • purple – vermelha, roxo
  • grass – grama
  • both – ambos
  • color blind – daltônico
  • awhile – por um certo tempo
  • saw (see, saw, seen) – ver
  • hill – colina
  • sunglasses – óculos de sol
  • fool – enganar
  • disguise – disfarce

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