Friday, May 11, 2012

Friday Fun: Super Silly Science Jokes

Q: What do “spiders” and “insects” have in common?
A: Both words have seven letters.

Q: What are a stink bug’s favorite letters in the alphabet?
A: P-U.

Q: What kind of beetle has no trouble seeing in the dark?
A: A lightning bug.

Q: What happens when you eat caterpillars?
A: You get butterflies in your stomach.

Q: What does a wasp wear on chilly mornings?
A: A yellow jacket.

Looking for more super silly jokes about insects and their kin? Check out Creepy, Crawly Jokes about Spiders and Other Bugs.


  1. Hi Melissa!
    Glad to see your fun bloggy. Did you hear about Deb's FB group for this year's nature- science Highlights group? If you want to stop by and chat with us, that would be great. You look like you have lots going on, but we'd love to have you join us and keep in touch.
    And stop by my blog if you have a moment:)
    Hope you are well.

  2. I especially like the butterflies in your tummy joke - and the yellow jacket for cold wasps....
    thanks for brightening up a Friday with more wacky jokes!