I’m not going to hide the fact that I’ve been called “corny” from time to time. Maybe it’s my love for “corny” jokes? Yes, that’s probably it. If you’re ever itching to hear a “corny”joke, trust me, I’m your dude. In fact, did you know that some of my favorite jokes are those classic ones that start off with the famous question: Why did the chicken cross the road?
Oh boy, those chicken jokes are a ton of fun!
Sometimes I’ve even been known to add a speech-language pathology twist to those chicken jokes for the purposes of making my fellow SLPs smile. Would you like to sample one? Sure you would!
Q: Why did the shicken cross the road?
A: To get speech therapy for that tricky /CH/ sound!
Did you like that one? Was it “corny” enough for you? Do you want more? I’m sure your answer is yes, haha! Ok then, here you go. Chew on these 5 corny jokes that I made just for you and let know how they taste.
Q: Why did the SLP cross the road?
A: To get over to the dollar store to buy lots and lots of stuff for a new speech therapy idea!
Q: Why did the SLP cross the road super fast?
A: Because she was late for the IEP meeting!
Q: Why did the SLP cross the road while wearing earplugs?
A: Because she was going to a concert and she knew that the decibel level was going to be way high!
Q: Why did the SLP cross the road while holding a bottle of water?
A: Because she often takes a drink to ensure that her vocal folds are nice and moist. Hooray for vocal hygiene!
Q: Why did the SLP cross the road while happily skipping and cheering?
A: Because she just downloaded a bunch of new apps on her iPad (like this one and this one) and she simply can’t wait to use them with her speech kiddos!
In closing . . .
Please vote for me whenever the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association creates the contest called “ASHA’s funniest SLP.” I’m pretty sure I should be a shoe in for the title. Am I right? Yes I am. And if you want to read a bunch SLP knock-knock jokes that I wrote not too long ago, just click HERE.
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