'Have you got any invisible ink?'

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'Certainly, sir. What colour would you like?'

Invisible means that you can't see it. So, anything that is invisible has no colour!

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 So funnnnnnny !!!!!!!!!!!!! Ha ha ha1 I love this joke!

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 very funny haha ^_^

I didn' t like this joke put my little sister loved it

  1. Ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha.I  like  this  joke,too!Ha,ha........I  would  like  black  invisible ink!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!! Haaa ha ha ha ha!!! Ha ha ha hah. İts a super puper joke! i like it.

thats a bad joke

not bad but it doesn't sound like a joke

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