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Shark Jokes for the erudite:
Q: What was the shark;s favorite James Joyce novel
A: FINnegan’s Wake
Q: Who was the shark’s favorite Norwegian painter?
A: Edvard Munch!
Q: Who was the shark’s favorite 20th century art figure?
A: Marcel DuChomp
Here’s one for the scientific crowd:
Q: What do shark trees consist of?
Film geeks might like these:
Q: What is a sharks favorite Dustin Hoffman film?
A: Midnight Caudal
Q: Who is the shark communitys favorite 1950s film actress?
A: Dorsal Day
One for the playground:
Q: What is a sharks favorite kinda sandwich
A: Peanut butter and jellyfish!
Just stupid enough for me:
Q: Why aren’t there any shark puppeteers?
A: They have no hands!!
Q: Why did the mommy shark and daddy shark get divorced?
A: They no longer loved each other.
Q: What was the shark jazz musician’s favorite illegal substance?
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