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National Knock Knock Joke Day / Halloween
knock knock jokes while going door to door. And the day is for jokesters of all ages, too.
A little history of the Knock Knock Joke:
1929: The game of Buff – A child with a stick thumps it on the ground using the following dialogue:
What says, Buff:
Buff says Buff to all his men, and I say Buff to you again.
1934: The standard knock-knock joke format was used in a newspaper humor column:
Who’s There? Rufus
Rufus the most important part of your house. –
1936: Likely the beginning of popularity for knock-knock jokes.
Knock-knock jokes became a regular part of the Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-in Show in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
At a very young age, children often learn to tell knock-knock jokes as one of their first types of jokes. They also like making up knock-knock jokes to tell their family and friends. What’s your favorite knock-knock joke?
Enjoy this day but leave some candy for the kids!!