Sleigh the crowd with these jolly jokes.

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Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year. Lights adorn all the neighborhood homes and illuminate our freshly-cut trees; frost nips at our noses and mugs of hot cocoa beckon us with their cheery, chocolatey warmth. While there’s plenty to love about Christmastime, one of our favorite aspects of the holiday is the time it allows us to spend with our loved ones. The parents are off of work and the kids are out of school, and the house simply bursts with warmth and energy.

This feeling is magical at first—but after a few days of non-stop family time, we can start to get a bit restless. If your family is in need of an energy boost, there’s no better way to remind them of all the joys of the season than with some corny jokes. We’ve collected our favorite Christmas jokes, from witty one-liners to cheesy puns. Recite these jokes at the Christmas feast for guaranteed groans and chuckles. This Christmas, your festive, seasonal jokes will be the talk of the town. These jokes and puns are sure to bring a bit of holiday cheer to the family dinner table.

Christmas Jokes

  • What do snowmen eat for breakfast? Snowflakes.
  • What did Adam say on the day before Christmas? It’s Christmas, Eve!
  • What is Santa’s favorite kind of candy? Jolly ranchers.
  • What type of Christmas dessert shouldn’t you trust? Mince spies.
  • What kind of fish do they have at the North Pole? Jollyfish.
  • Which of Santa’s reindeer needs to mind his manners the most? Rude Olph.
  • Why does Santa Claus go down the chimney on Christmas Eve? Because it soots him.
  • What did the English teacher call Santa’s helpers? Subordinate Clauses.
  • What do snowmen eat for dessert? Ice crispies.
  • What do you call people who are afraid of Santa Claus? Claustrophobic.
  • What do you call a chicken at the North Pole? Lost.
  • What is it called when a snowman has a temper tantrum? A meltdown.
  • What do you get when you cross vampires and snowmen? Frostbite.
  • What do you call an elf that can sing? A wrapper.
  • How do the elves clean Santa’s sleigh on the day after Christmas? They use Santa-tizer.
  • What do you call a reindeer ghost? Cari-boo!
  • What would you get if you ate all the Christmas tree decorations? Tinselitis.
  • What did the wise men say after they offered up their gifts of gold and frankincense? Wait, there’s myrrh.
  • What kind of linens to gingerbread men put on their beds? Cookie sheets.
  • What do Santa’s little helpers like to eat on a cold day at the North Pole? Elf-abet soup!
  • Did you hear the forecast for Christmas Eve? They’re calling for rain, dear!
  • What do you call a snowman party? A snowball.
  • How did Rudolph survive his first trip with Santa? He held on for deer life.
  • What do baby elves learn in Kindergarten at the North Pole? The elf-abet.
  • What did Santa say to Mrs. Claus when he saw their Christmas tree? It looks okay, but you could Spruce it up a bit.
  • What is a mountain’s favorite type of candy? Snow caps.
  • What does a festive sheep say at Christmastime? Fleece Navidad.
  • What do you call an elf that runs away from Santa’s Workshop? A rebel without a Claus!
  • Did you know that Father Christmas has a daughter? Her name is Mary Christmas.
  • Children who don’t learn to tie their shoes properly are bound to wind up on the knotty list.
  • What do you call an old snowman? Water.
  • Why was the candy cane so expensive? It was in mint condition.
  • What should you do if your car stalls on Christmas Eve? You get a mistletow.
  • What was Santa’s favorite subject in school? Chemistree.
  • Why does everyone love Frosty the Snowman? He’s cool.

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Christmas Puns

  • Up to snow good.
  • The Christmas alphabet has noel.
  • Have your elf a merry little Christmas.
  • Yule be sorry.
  • I’m s-mitten.
  • Snow on and snow forth.
  • It's ice to meet you.
  • I have the final sleigh.
  • Have a tree-mendous Christmas.
  • Love at frost sight!
  • Your presents is requested.
  • Believe in your elf.
  • It's lit.
  • How rude-olf you.
  • I'm Claus-trophobic.
  • Christmas has me feeling extra Santa-mental.
  • Rebel without a Claus.
  • Time to spruce things up.
  • I’m feelin’ pine.
  • You snow the drill.
  • Let’s take an elfie.
  • Say it ain’t snow.
  • You’re sleigh-in’ it.
  • This is snow laughing matter!
  • I’m elf-taught.
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