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Knock Knocker

A quite annoying toy your child will want
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Attach this audio device to your child's bedroom door, and every now and then it will say "Knock Knock!"

When it detects your child saying "Who's there?", it responds with one of fifty pre-programmed knock-knock jokes (including pauses, for your child to say "_____ who?").

Great fun for ages 6 to 6-and-one-week.

phundug, Jan 22 2004

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       My two nephews and a niece just learned to tell jokes this year, and they would love this. The niece (the youngest) begins all jokes with "Knock Knock" whether or not its appropriate, as in:   

       "Knock knock!"
"Who's there?"
"Why did the chicken cross the road?"
krelnik, Jan 22 2004
  

       Bun for you, [phundug]! [+]
Letsbuildafort, Jan 22 2004
  

       Knock knock.
k_sra, Jan 22 2004
  

       Knock, knock? Who's there? Burt, Burt Buckman, your father!
GenYus, Jan 22 2004
  

       Marmalade.
DrCurry, Jan 22 2004
  

       Ha. +
sartep, Oct 08 2004
  

       "Knock knock"   

       "Who's there?"   

       "Madame."   

       "Madame who?"   

       "Madame foot's caught in the door!"   

       ___________   

       "Hey, I know a great knock knock joke. You start it!"   

       "OK, Knock Knock."   

       "Who's there?"   

       "... Uhh now what?"   

       "What, you don't know how to tell a knock knock joke?"
ye_river_xiv, Sep 15 2006
  

       Writer wanted:   

       To provide fifty + Knock Knock jokes for six year old kids. Kid jury to approve jokes. Warning: Possible tar and feathering from angry parent mob.
popbottle, Dec 09 2014
  
      
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