Kid-friendly Winter Jokes

Tania
Posted by Tania on October 14, 2013

Are you in need of a few family-friendly jokes to share next time you ride the ski lift?  Me too! 

I reached out to the Snowmamas community and hit up Google to create this bastion of kid-friendly snow humor.

A Day in the Snow Could Use a Little Humor


Q. What do you get when you cross a shark with a snowman?
A. FROSTBITE!

Q.  What do Snowmen have for Breakfast?
A.  Snowflakes

Q.  How does a Snowman get to work?
A.  By icicle

Q.  How can you tell a Snowman from a Snow Woman?
A.  Snowballs

OK - maybe not so little kid-funny… but good for the teens.  From Maggie Brown Landwermeyer

Q.  What do snowmen wear on their heads?
A.  Icecaps

Q.  What do snowmen eat for lunch?
A.  Ice Bergers

Q. Where does a snowman keep his money?
A.  In a snow bank.

Thank you Jennifer Tyler, Joy Patin, Kristen Fox Haaijer, and Jeff Turbeville for these gems!

With a little Googling I found a few more to add to the fun!


Q.  What do you call a snowman in the summer?


A.  A puddle


Q: What sort of cakes do snowmen like best?


A: Ones with thick icing


Q. What do Snowmen call their offspring? 


A. Chill-dren.


Q.What happened when the icicle landed on the snowmman's head? 


A. It knocked him out cold.


Q.  What kind of math do Snowy Owls like?

A.  Owlgebra.

Q.  How do you know if there's a snowman in your bed?

A.  You wake up wet!


I can't promise no one will roll their eyes, but my kids laughed at every one!  

And… I'm sure you can do even better!  If you have a few more to add to the list, please share!
 
 
 

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