Nica doesn’t quite get knock-knock jokes yet.

 

-Knock knock.
-Who’s there?
-Hi, Mommy! It’s me! Could you let me in? I live here too.

 

-Knock knock.
-Who’s there?
-Banana.
-Banana who?
-Banana again. Knock knock.
-Who’s there?
-Banana again.
-Banana again who?
-Orange I’m glad. Wait, huh?

 

-Knock, knock.
-Who’s there?
-Banana.
-Banana who?
-I like them.

 

-Knock knock.
-Who’s there?
-Baby.
-Baby who?
-Baby who cries all the time and puts tears on the door!

 

-Knock knock.
-Who’s there?
-Ghost.
-Ghost who?
-Ghost who scared people, but then people didn’t like him, so he was sad, and so the ghost decided not to be a scary ghost. He decided to be a very, very nice ghost, and instead of saying “Boo!” to scare people, he said, “Boo? Boo?” like, “Hello? Are you my friend?” and smiled more.

 

-Knock, knock.
-Who’s there?
-Guess who?
-Guess who who?
-Hahahahaha!

 

-Knock, knock.
-Who’s there?
-I’m tired of knock-knock jokes.
-I’m tired of knock-knock jokes who?
-Me! Can’t you see me?

 

 

 

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