Q. What do you call a snowman in the summer?
A. A puddle!
Q. What is big, red and flies in the sky?
A. Santa Claus.
Q. What do call Santa when he stops moving?
A. Santa Pause!
Q. What's white and goes up?
A. A confused snowflake!
Q. How do you scare a snowman?
A. You get a hairdryer!
Q. What do you get when you cross a cat with Santa Claus?
Q. What do you get if you cross an apple and a Christmas tree?
Q. Which elf was the best singer?
A. ELFis Presley.
Q. What's red and white, red and white, red and white?
A. Santa Claus rolling down the hill.
Q. What do they sing under the ocean during the winter?
A. Christmas Corals!
Q. What did the Christmas tree say to the ornament?
A. "Aren't you tired of hanging around?"
Q. Who gives presents to baby sharks?
A. Santa Jaws.
Q. What is the cleanest reindeer called?
Q. What nationality is Santa Claus?
A. North Polish.
Q. What does a cat in the dessert have in common with Christmas?
A. Sandy claws.
Q. What did the monkey sing on Christmas day?
A. Jungle bells, Jungle bells...
Q. What do you get when you eat Christmas decorations?
Q. Where do snowmen keep their money?
A. In a snowbank.
Q. What did the ghost say to Santa Claus?
A. "I'll have a boo Christmas without you."
Q. What do you get if you cross Santa and a dog?
A. Santa Paws!
Q. How much did Santa pay for his sleigh?
A. Nothing, it was on the house!
Q. What is invisible and smells like milk and cookies?
A. Santa's burps!
Q. What did Mrs. Claus say to Santa when she looked in the sky?
A. "Looks like rain, dear."
Q. What did the cow get for Christmas?
A. A COWculator.
Q. Where does a snowman keep his money?
A. In a snow bank.
Q. How did the sheep say Merry Christmas?
A. "Fleece Avoided."
Q. What comes before Christmas Eve?
A. Christmas Adam!
Q. Why did the elf go to school?
A. To learn his ELFabet.
Q. Why were the kids afraid of Christmas?
A. Because of Santa Claws!
Q. Why did the candy cane cross the road?
A. Because it wanted to get a licking!
Mary and Abbey
Mary and Abbey who?
Mary Christmas and Abbey New Year!
Snow use. I forgot my name again!
Ho, Ho, Ho
Ho, Ho, Ho who?
Ho, Ho, Ho, Merry Christmas to you!
Irish you a Merry Christmas!