Have some road trip humor.
You’re just trying to get from A to B safely and your precious passengers are intent on causing a backseat brawl at best. Fully regretting your decision to go tech-free, you’re now wishing you bought them i-pads, a Nintendo or anything to stop the noise. Before you hand over your i-phones to the little darlings, why not turn around and hit them with this family-friendly travel-jokes, guaranteed to spark the fun on the ride.
1. How can you tell elephants love to travel?
They always pack their own trunk!
2. Why did the witch stay in a hotel?
She heard they had great broom service!
3. Where do sharks go on vacation?
4. Where do sheep go on vacation?
5. Where do hamsters go on vacation?
6. What do frogs like to drink on a hot summer’s day?
7. How do rabbits get to their holiday destination?
8. What did the pig say on the beach?
9. Riddle: What travels around the world but stays in one corner?
Answer: A stamp!
Riddle: Where can you find an ocean without water?
Answer: On a map!
10. Knock, knock.
Europe Europe who?
No, you are!
11. What do you get when you cross an airplane with a magician?
A flying sorcerer!
12. Where do cows go on vacation?
13. Where do cows like to go in the evenings?
To the mooooo-vies!
14. What did the Pacific Ocean say to the Atlantic Ocean?
Nothing, it just waved.
15. What did one volcano say to the other volcano?
I lava you!
16. What is a vampire’s favourite airline?
17. What happens when you wear a watch on a plane?
18. Knock knock
Car go “Beep beep”!
Now that we have some areas opening for the summer season. We are thankful to make it this far.
Protect yourself and others during your trip:
Clean your hands often.
Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after you have been in a public place, after touching surfaces frequently touched by others, after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing, and before touching your face or eating.
If soap and water are not available, bring and use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub your hands together until they feel dry.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth.
Avoid close contact with others.
Keep 6 feet of physical distance from others.
Wear a cloth face covering in public.
Cover coughs and sneezes.
Pick up food at drive-throughs, curbside restaurant service, or stores.
When all else fails, listen to The Cherokee Edwards inspires podcast: https://anchor.fm/cherokeeedwardsinspires