Setting: Daniel Choi, a 7-year-old son of Peter Choi from Waypoint, was riding in a car with a bunch of Praxis members from Gracepoint Berkeley
Daniel: What kind of room doesn't have any walls?
Passengers: I don't know, what?
Daniel: A mushroom! I have another one. What kind of key doesn't unlock anything?
Passengers: I don't know.
Daniel: A monkey! I have another one. What kind of tree doesn't have any leaves?
Passengers: (thinks for a bit) I don't know.
Passengers: I don't know, Daniel. What kind of tree doesn't have any leaves?
Daniel: I don't know either. I was hoping you could make something up so that I can have a new joke to tell my friends.
Danny is my buddy.
hahaha. How about a pantry? or entry?
Haha... good jokes.
What about a tree hugger? :-P
nowadays kids are just way too clever for their own good...
it explains why Joyland teachers go a bit bananaz after a while...
HAHA...Brian's answer actually made me laugh.
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