Our Summer Spy School Students Are Sneaky, Stealthy and Smart

This summer’s spy school students (aka your kids) are off to a strong start, even though they may or may not yet know that an evil villain will soon attempt to end all fun and it’s up to them to save the world. We have faith in them, though. We know they can do it. 

In the first installment of the Spies, Lies and Serious Bad Guys mystery we send kids a questionnaire along with their acceptance letter to spy school. Our junior agents-in-training have been diligently filling out these questionnaires and sending them back to us. They write down all the reasons why they would make good spies, what they like to do for fun, their secret agent names, and, of course, their favourite jokes.

We love their jokes. Seriously. Here are some that quacked us up:

What did the horse say when it fell down?
I can’t giddy-up.

Why was the apple sad?
Because the banana split.

Why did the chicken cross the playground?
To get to the other slide. 

Knock knock.
Who’s there?
Lettice who?
Lettuce in.

How do you put a baby astronaut to sleep?
You rocket.  

What kind of birds stick together?

Why do cows have bells?
Because their horns don’t work.

I was going to tell you a joke about paper, but it is too tear-able.

Ha ha ha! We also love all the reasons our Junior Agents would make great spies.

For example, Secret Agent White Fang is good with codes and computers. Secret Agent Silent Sasquatch is smart and quick thinking. Secret Agent Red spies a lot at home. Secret Agent Fruit Hare is super smart and so sneaky she can sneak into the basement without her brother noticing her. Secret Agent Nut is not suspicious. Secret Agent Flexi is flexible. Secret Agent Kitty Fluff has speed, stealth and smarts. Secret Agent Panda Potter is able to get away with borrowing Mom’s phone without permission. Secret Agent Mac’n’Cheese is stubborn and likes things to go her way. 

Secret Agent Tech Master, Secret Agent Venom and Secret Agent Slimey don’t know why they would be great spies. But they will soon find out! That’s what spy school is for. And Secret Agent Tea Leaf says honestly she won’t be a good spy. Oldest trick in the book, Tea Leaf! We’re not falling for that one again. You’re probably one of the best.