What does an Aardvark like on its pizza?

Ant-chovies.

An Aardvark walks into a bar

Bartender: Can I get you a beer?

Aardvark: Noooooooooooo

Bartender: Can I get you some wine?

Aardvark: Noooooooooooooo

Bartender: Well, how about a whiskey?

Aardvark: Nooooooooooooooooooooo

Bartender: What's with the long Nos?

What did the aardvark say to Noah?

What do you mean you only brought two ants!?

Why did the aardvark cross the road?

To beat up the idiot telling jokes about him.

(Not an original joke)

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Johnny does the alphabet

Little johnny is in class and the teacher is going through the alphabet a letter at a time. She starts with the letter “A” and all the students eagerly put their hands up to say a word that begins with the letter A. Including Johnny. The teacher knows better, she knows if she picks johnnyhe is gon...

What was the aardvark's favorite Lady Gaga song?

Just Ants.

Credit: My friend, the PUNisher.

I once went to theatre for a surprise...

As I sat down with my friend we eagerly awaiting what was promised to be an amazing, thought provoking production, acclaimed to bring us a better understanding of the world around us.

The lights darkened and the curtain rose, on the stage sat a single chair, and a thick book, a man came on st...

A QA engineer walks into a bar, and orders a beer.

Then he orders 0 beers.

Then he orders 999999999999 beers.

Then he orders an aardvark.

Then he orders nothing.

Then he orders -1 beers.

Then he orders NULL beers.

Then he orders asnwikfjsdf.

Then he orders a "><script>give_me_your_credit_card...

When all the animals left the ark, Noah gave them instructions as they departed:

To the Aardvarks, he commanded, "Go forth and multiply!"

A couple snakes came slithering out, and he commanded, "Go forth and multiply!"

"We can't, we're adders." replied the snakes.

Well Noah kept giving commands, until at last he told the zebras, "Go forth and multiply!" ...

Just found this joke in my Chem eng textbook

The little-known rare earth element nauseum (atomic weight 172) has the interesting property
of being completely insoluble in everything but 12-year-old bourbon. This curious fact was discovered in the laboratory of Professor Ludwig von Schlimazel, the eminent German chemist whose invention of t...

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