Got Jokes: The Monday after Daylight Savings

Got Jokes: The Monday after Daylight Savings

Mondays are always dreaded in our house, but the Monday after Daylight Savings Time seems even more challenging. Below are twenty time-inspired jokes to help get your family laughing and moving this morning:

  1. What time did the duck wake up? At the quack of dawn.
  2. Why did the espresso keep checking his watch? Because he was pressed for time.
  3. What does a clock do when it’s hungry? It goes back for seconds!
  4. How do you know if your clock is crazy? It goes “cuckoo”!
  5. Why did the boy throw the clock out the window? Because he wanted to see time fly.
  6. What animal is the best mascot for daylight savings time? A watchdog.
  7. What do you call a rooster that crows every morning? An alarm cluck!
  8. Why did the girl sit on the clock? She wanted to be on time
  9. What is a frog’s favorite year? Leap year.
  10. I was going to look for my missing watch…but I couldn’t find the time.
  11. What did the thief who stole a calendar get? Twelve months!
  12. What did the wall clock do after being adjusted for Daylight Savings? It just hung around.
  13. Which relative always chimes in about how Daylight Savings Time should be ended? A Grandfather Clock.
  14. Why did the woman put a clock under her desk? She wanted to work overtime.
  15. Why did the man buy so many clocks? Because time is money
  16. What do you call a story that one clock tells to another? Second-hand information.
  17. What do you call a Grandfather Clock? An old timer
  18. What did the second hand say to the hour hand? See you again in a minute.
  19. What kind of bugs live in a clock? Ticks.
  20. What did the robber say to the clock? Hands up!

Happy Daylight Savings!

Elizabeth Boudreaux
Elizabeth and her husband Nicholas have been married for 13 years. They live in Geismar with their 3 children, Addison (9), Parker (5), and Laurel (2). She is from Franklin, LA and moved to Baton Rouge after receiving her Master’s in Business Administration from Southeastern Louisiana University. She is a Budget Administrator for the Department of Public Safety. She relies on sarcasm, a dry sense of humor, and the occasional cocktail to deal with the daily demands of motherhood. She loves crawfish, clean sheets, vacuuming, and the latest crime documentary on Netflix.


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