Christmas jokes add a lighthearted touch to your holiday celebrations.
Get a Laugh on Christmas Day
If you're looking for general Christmas jokes appropriate for all ages, here are a few suggestions:
What did Adam say on the day before Christmas?
It's Christmas, Eve.
What do you get if Santa goes down the chimney when a fire is lit?
A Crisp Cringle
What do you call people who are afraid of Santa Claus?
What do elves learn in school?
What do you get if you cross Santa with a detective?
What do you get when you cross a snowman with a vampire?
What do snowmen eat for breakfast?
What did the ghosts say to Santa Claus?
We'll have a boo Christmas without you.
Why was Santa's little helper depressed?
Because he had low elf esteem
Finding Christmas Jokes Online
For more Christmas jokes online, LoveToKnow Christmas recommends visiting the following helpful Web sites:
- A Ha Jokes has a large listing of various jokes regarding the Christmas holiday. The topics covered on this site are surprisingly diverse, including The 10 Worst Gifts to Buy a Woman, 12 Days of Fast Food, and I Want to See Something Really Cheap.
- Christmas Time has several short stories and humorous anecdotes for you to enjoy.
- The Holiday Spot has a nice assortment of clean Christmas jokes, including several jokes with a more general winter theme.
- Christmas Jokes is an entertaining blog that offers new jokes on a regular basis. Most of the jokes are appropriate for people of all ages.
Using Holiday Humor Effectively
Christmas jokes have many uses. You can add jokes to your Christmas cards or annual family newsletter. Jokes can be used as icebreaker at your company Christmas party. Your favorite jokes can even be worked into a short comedy skit or play. However, using holiday humor effectively is a skill that takes practice. The first thing to do when selecting holiday jokes is to consider your audience. Kids won't understand jokes intended for adults only. On a similar note, jokes that make reference to current pop culture trends may be not be the best choice for a Christmas card you plan to send to your grandparents.
While racist or sexist jokes are never a good idea under any circumstances, these types of jokes are particularly inappropriate during a Christmas celebration. Christmas is a time to celebrate goodwill, not create hard feelings among those who are attending your party.
As a general rule of thumb, it's a good idea to run your joke choices by a trusted friend before your event. Getting a second opinion is an easy way to save yourself from a potentially embarrassing situation.
Christmas Gag Gifts
Christmas gag gifts are a natural extension of Christmas jokes. These inexpensive presents let your family and friends know that you were thinking of them, despite your limited budget.
If you're searching for humorous Christmas gift ideas, consider the following: