21 Jokes to Make Your Mum Laugh on Mother's Day!
Mum's the word with these marvellous Mother's Day Jokes!
Mother's Day is an annual event around the world, where people appreciate their mothers or mother figures. People give gifts, cards, or flowers, cook special meals, or spend quality time with their mums. It is usually celebrated on different dates in different countries, but this year, it falls on March 19th in the UK. In the United States, it takes place on May 14.
There's no greater feeling than the gift of laughter, so here are 21 absolute classic jokes to make your mum or grownup laugh this Mothering Sunday.
How do piglets wake their mum up on Mother’s Day?
With hogs and kisses!
What did the egg say on Mother's Day?
Omelette you have a lie in!
What was Cleopatra’s favourite day of the year?
What did the sandwich say to her child?
Would you like a bread-time story?
Why was the mother firefly so happy?
Because her children were so bright!
What do you call a sweet gift that arrives the day after Mother's Day?
Why did the sailor give their mum a voucher for Mother's Day?
So they could choose something nice in the sails!
Why was the strawberry late for their Mother's Day lunch?
They got stuck in a jam!
How did the panda open her Mother’s Day card?
With her bear hands!
Why couldn't the pirate call his mum on Mother’s Day
She'd left the phone off the hook!
Why do sons never forget Mother's Day?
Because it always falls on a son day!
Why do dentists buy the most presents on Mother's Day?
They love toothy her smile!
What do you call a gift with feathers?
A Mother's Day pheasant!
What did the mother tomato say to her children?
Why was the ice cream sad?
Their mum was a wafer ages!
What do you call a mum who can't draw?
Why are computers so smart?
They listen to their motherboard!
What are the best flowers to buy for Mother's Day?
What did the mother spider say to her children?
You're spending too much time on the web!
What did the mother horse say to their foal?
It's way pasture bedtime!
What did the baby corn say to the mother corn?