The holy month of Christmas is upon us, and as much as it is the time for families to get together and share the love, it is also the time for your parents to embarrass you with ridiculous puns and silly jokes. 2015 is the year for you to pay back and make them facepalm with pride. In case you are the parent, here is to keeping the tradition alive, and the "LOLs" rolling at Christmas dinner.
To help you out in your respective missions, we have compiled some of the best one-liners, puns and funny messages you should share with your family and friends this Christmas season:
- What do reindeer say before they tell a joke?
This will sleigh you.
- What do you call an elf who sings?
- Who is never hungry at Christmas?
The turkey - he's always stuffed!
- If athletes get athlete's foot, what do astronauts get?
- What do you call Frosty the Snowman in May?
- Why does Santa have 3 gardens?
So he can ho-ho-ho.
- Where do reindeer go to dance?
- What do you call an obnoxious reindeer?
- What did Adam say on the day before Christmas?
It's Christmas, Eve
- What kind of motorbike does Santa ride?
If you are looking to share some naughty jokes this Christmas, we got you covered:
- If your left leg was thanksgiving, and your right leg is Christmas, can I come visit you between the holidays?
- What is the difference between snowmen and snowwomen? Snowballs.
- Can I have your picture so I can show Santa what I want for Christmas?
- Let's both be naughty this year and save Santa the trip.
- I know its not Christmas, but Santa's lap is always ready.
Here are some Christmas gifts for people who truly appreciate some brilliant puns:
Christmas or not, we are not ready to let Drake let off the hook for "Hotline Bling":
Chill Drake, you are the only celebrity to be in a Christmas meme:
But, if you like that personal touch in your Christmas Jokes, do not forget to shop for some amazing Pun Christmas Cards, and deliver them to your loved ones by hand:
The final set of Christmas puns and memes are dedicated to the people that are synonymous with the Holiday season: