Corny Jokes and When to Use Them

Creating humor through random corny jokes and reasons why it’s important to avoid political jokes

Everyone needs a good laugh every once in a while. It is good for the soul, and research even shows it can prolong someone’s life. However, jokes need to be approached from a clever point of view, and one needs to know the right time for making jokes.

People need to know which jokes are appropriate for every crowd. One should aim to avoid topics that may easily offend people, like political jokes. Bringing this kind of joke to the table might end up infuriating those that are of a different view.

To avoid a walkout or a conflict, one should stay with the alternative—the corny jokes. Unlike the political jokes, these tend to bring people together. They are neutral, simple, and while they may seem predictable, they can provide the audience with a good laugh.

The type of audience does influence to a certain degree which type of jokes to go for, but generally, corny jokes are universal and can serve people of all ages and backgrounds. Here is a list of random corny jokes for all occasions:

  • What did the traffic light say to the car?

                Don’t look! I’m about to change.

  • Why are frogs always happy?

                They eat whatever bugs them.

  • Why did the jaguar eat the tightrope walker?

                It was craving a well-balanced meal.

  • What do you call a pony with a cough?

                A little hoarse.

  • What do cows enjoy to read?


  • What do you call a guy with a rubber toe?


  • What do you do when you see a spaceman?

                Park your car, man.

  • What did the older chimney say to the younger chimney?

                You are too young to smoke!

There is always room for long corny jokes at any table provided they work for everyone.

Do you have a few corny jokes of your own? What do you think about using political jokes? Drop me a few lines in the comments section. You can also contact me via Twitter, and make sure to check out my Facebook and Goodreads profiles.

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