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Having Fun With Herb (Warning Lame Jokes Below)

Updated on July 23, 2009

The Quintessential Herb

Herbs Growing In The Wild
Herbs Growing In The Wild

Having Fun With Herb-And Wordplay-Part 1

These are jokes, not very good ones on herbs. These jokes are a bit lame, but it was sort of a fun blog to write. (If you ever need to memorize herb names for some reason this could help)

1)What an Englishman says to a friend or relative when he sees them? Aloe Vera (Explanation: Hello Vera!)

2)Another name for William Grape. Bilberry

3)What's used at a slaughterhouse to clean up with after closing time? A butchers broom

4)What do you call a well dressed lion? A Dandelion (Dandy Lion)

5)How they say donkey in the south, with a southern accent. Dong Quai ( Exp.-"Donkay")

6)What do you call an herb that tastes awful? A Yucca

7)What do you call a newly painted pier? A Yellow Dock

8)What do you call a rich, aquatic animal? A Golden Seal

9)What do you call a tree that's too difficult to climb? An Elm tree with its slippery elm bark

!0)What type of berries will make you a better writer? Hawthorne Berries (Exp.-There is an author named Nathaniel Hawthorne)

11)What herb will prevent fewer fevers? Feverfew

12)What herb sounds like a cable company or the name of a TV channel? Eyebright

13)What do you call it when a cat takes a bite out of a plant? Catnip

14)What did the person say when they saw the little palm tree? They said "I SawPalmetto"

15)What the upset husband said to the wife when he couldn't find the bottle of herbs? Damit Ana where is the bottle of herbs at?

16)Please no more lame jokes-End of Part 1

 

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      Chavez420 

      7 years ago

      I was cutting herbs in my garden and something went into my eye...... Now i'm parsley sighted!!

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      Aomi 

      7 years ago

      If people were trees, who would make the best bow (and arrow)? Yew Wood (you would) lol!

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      Howard 

      8 years ago

      I've always got Thyme for herb jokes ;)

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      christine almaraz 

      9 years ago from colorado springs

      Those were cute.

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