I've added this page because printed jokes make cute additions to a party table and are wonderful conversation starters. They can be printed onto name cards, or on place cards to be used in front of each table setting. They also can be used for adding a decorative touch to Valentines party napkins; just print the jokes onto note cards, wrap your silverware with the party napkins securing them with pieces of red ribbon or pieces of metalic heart garland; then punch a hole into the edge of the note card and attach. Heart shaped suckers and chocolate kisses can be tied onto the napkins as festive ornaments.

Q.  What did the valentine card say to the stamp?

A.  Stick with me and we'll go places!

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Q.  What do farmers give their wives on Valentine's Day?

A.  Hog and kisses!

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Q.  Do skunks celebrate Valentine's Day?

A.  Sure, they're very scent-imental!

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Q.  What did the chocolate syrup say to the ice cream?

A.  "I'm sweet on you!"

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Q.  What did the paper clip say to the magnet?

A.  "I find you very attractive."

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Q.  What did one pickle say to the other?

A.  "You mean a great dill to me."

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Q.  What did the elephant say to his girlfriend?

A.  "I love you a ton!"

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Q.  What did the bat say to his girlfriend?

A.  "You're fun to hang around with."

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Q.  Did you hear about the nearsighted porcupine?

A.  He fell in love with a pin cushion!

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Q.  What did the pencil say to the paper?

A.  "I dot my i's on you!"

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Q.  What did one light bulb say to the other?

A.  "I love you a whole watt!"

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Q.  What did the caveman give his wife on Valentine's Day?

A.  Ughs and kisses!

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Knock, Knock!

Who's there?

Olive.

Olive who?

Olive you!

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Knock, knock!

Who's there?

Howard.

Howard who?

Howard you like a great big kiss?