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Here's a collection of short and funny jokes about kites and their use as an entertainment and sports object.

Kites were invented 2,500 years ago by the Chinese. They serve multiple purposes; without them, the world would be less colorful.

And can they make us laugh? For sure.

Take a look at a few clever riddles, hilarious one-liners, silly parodies, smart double entendres, and spicy puns involving kites and kiteboarders:

A kid lets go of a kite, and his father tells him: "Son, not everything is better wireless."

You might be a kiteboarder if you carried a trainer kite into SeaWorld, you name your son "Bow" and your daughter "Cee."

Why did he lose his kite? He let it go.

Four kite strings stop in front of a suspicious-looking bar. The first kite string says: "I'm going in for a beer." He goes in, and the bartender says: "We don't serve kite strings in here." So he walks out. The second and third kite strings go in with the same results. "Get out! We don't serve kite strings in here!" The fourth kite string takes off his hat, places his hand on top of his head, and rubs his hair around, tangling it. Then, he puts his hat back onto his head and enters the bar confidently. The bartender looks at him suspiciously and asks: "Aren't you a kite string?" The kite string takes his hat off, bows, and says: "No sir, I'm a frayed knot."

What material makes the best kites? Flypaper.

My father and I were flying a kite, and we couldn't decide whether or not to let it go or bring it down. After discussing it for nearly an hour, we still couldn't decide, so the issue remained up in the air.

Getting my kite stuck in a tree is not my favorite thing in the world. But it's up there.

Life is like a kitesurfing kite. Occasionally, you get zapped by lightning.

A man is in his backyard trying to launch a kite. He throws the kite up in the sky, the wind catches it for a couple of seconds, but it soon comes crashing back down. After a few tries, he is about to give. Meanwhile, his wife is watching from the window, muttering how men need to be told how to do everything. A few seconds later, she yells to her husband: "You need more tail." Confused, the man turns around and replies: "Make up your mind, dear. Last night, you told me to go fly a kite."

I visited my doctor and asked him to prescribe something for wind. He told me to buy a kite.

A kite has its ups and downs.

Do you know what they call two pieces of tin foil rubbed together? A parafoil.

I love kitesurfing because it allows me to spend more time at the bar.

A man says to a wind turbine: "I'll hold up a huge kite, and then you blow air at me until I lift off. What do you think of that?" The wind turbine replies: "I'm not a huge fan."

What is the difference between rigging a kite and a windsurfer? Sixty minutes.

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