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KHQ.COM - Haven't we all heard it before? "Laughter is the best medicine." Let's not forget how important it is to lighten up, crack a smile and giggle every once in a while.

We asked our Facebook friends to send us their best clean jokes. Thank you to all who submitted a joke! Here are some of our favorites!

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