There is a very common joke: “Why did the chicken cross the road?”
Usually, it’s followed by the answer: “To get to the other side.”
From that joke, there has been many other jokes that stemmed from the joke, such as: “Why did the chicken cross the playground?” “To get to the other slide.”
These types of literal jokes are called anti-jokes, in which the punchline is not a clever play on words, but a literal, mundane answer.
For reference of the first time this joke was published, please see: The Knickerbocker, or The New York Monthly, March 1847, p. 283.