‘My Dog Has No Nose’ An old English joke

This is a very old joke, but a good one. It plays on the two meanings that the word ‘smell’ has in English. One meaning is to sense and odour and the other meaning is to give off an odour. Watch the video and see if you get the joke.

Kathy, my dog has no nose.
Really? How does he smell?
Terrible!

The joke plays of two different meanings of smell. One meaning is to sense an odour and the other meaning is to give off an odour.

My dog has no nose.
Really? How does he smell?
Terrible!

Click here to learn more about how we use the verb ‘smell’.
Click here for more short conversation for speaking practice.

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