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Funny Why Did the Chicken Cross The Road Jokes

Updated on February 6, 2012

Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?

This Chicken Crossed the Road to Pick a Fight

The Old Jokes are The Best

Why did the chicken Cross the Road?

Even when a joke is old and everyone Knows it, it can still be funny, because although you have heard the joke before the way different people tell the joke makes it their own, they add their own little bits too it or they can make it a visual joke or they just have a look when they tell it that you just have to laugh when it comes to the punch line.

Why did the Chicken cross the road? is I would think the most popular and one of the oldest jokes that we know.

The answer is simply "to get to the other side".

This joke has been modified many times over the years and it still gets a laugh today.


Why did the chicken cross the road, roll in the mud and cross the road again?

Because it was a dirty double-crosser.

Same joke slightly modified gets a giggle every time.


Slightly risqué Version

Why did the chicken cross the road and go into the male toilets?

Because that is where the cocks hang out. (a cock is a male chicken)

What started as a joke that we have all heard has now evolved and there are many spin off versions of it these days.


Why did the chicken Run across the road?

Because there was a car coming.

It is simple and effective and it gets me smiling.


Why did the chicken with PMT cross the road?

(((((BECAUSE SHE F*****G DID OK !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)))))


Simpsons Alert

Why did Monty Burns pet chicken cross the road

It thought it was an eggs-elent idea!


George W Bush

When George Bush was asked why the chicken crossed the road.

He answered

"Look, it's tough crossin' the road. The chicken knows it's tough. The American people have got to understand that I know the chicken knows it's tough. I read the report. But the chicken's on the march. And it will get the job done." (I cant take the credit for this one, I found it on this website dedicated to chicken Jokes ).


And finally

Why did the rubber chicken cross the road?

She wanted to stretch her legs!


There is a comment box at the bottom of this page please feel free to share your chicken crossing the road jokes.


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      4 years ago

      Why did the chicken go half-way across the road?

      Because she wanted to lay it on the line. (Popular during the Nixon Administration)

    • realjobsfromhome profile image


      5 years ago

      Lol love this :)

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      6 years ago

      because it saw a hungry redhead

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      6 years ago


    • jamterrell profile image


      8 years ago

      Very funny hub! I enjoyed it!

    • attemptedhumour profile image


      8 years ago from Australia

      Why did the pervert cross the road?

      Because he had his whats'it stuck up the chicken.

      Cheers Jimmy some good ones loved the pmt and GW ones.

    • Michael Shane profile image

      Michael Shane 

      9 years ago from Gadsden, Alabama

      I really like the George W. Bush joke! Good hub! A classic...

    • wotsinaname profile image


      9 years ago from United States

      You're so right, it may be an old joke but it's always good for a laugh. Thanks.


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