Can you tell these were written by kids below the age of 10?
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon - Season 4
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"How many tickles does it take to make an octopus laugh? Ten tickles." Now imagine John Wick cracking that.

Keanu Reeves and writer-filmmaker Judd Apatow joined Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show for a few rounds of Kid Stand-Up, something Seth Rogen is all too familiar with. It's where everyone performs jokes written by children with an elementary school level of comedy.

Apatow warmed up the crowd with a knock-knock joke and bits about a nosey pepper and making a moose float, before Fallon took the stage with classics like, "What did the porcupines say when they kissed? Ouch!"

How about one more? "Why can't you hear a pterodactyl going to the bathroom? 'Cause its 'p' is silent." And it only gets better from there.

Watch the clip below.

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