Ham it Up with Food Jokes

If you’re shopping around for hokey food jokes, you’ve come to the right place! The Baby Bullet has (finally) collected some of the best from the internet. Warning: the “cheese” factor may be high. If you are allergic to cheese, you may want to stop reading!

 

Beets:

Q: What do you call someone who raps about vegetables?
A: A Beet boxer.

Coconuts:

Q: Why don’t coconuts have money?
A: Because people milk them dry.

Bell Peppers:

Q: Where did the bell pepper go to have a few drinks?
A: The Salad Bar!

Tomatoes:

Q: Why did the tomato blush?
A: Because he saw the salad dressing

Sweet Potato:

Q: What did the sweet potato say to the potato?
A: “I think, therefore I yam!”

Cabbage:

Q: What does a cabbage outlaw have?
A: A price on his head.

Strawberries:

Q: Why were the little strawberries upset?
A: Because their parents were in a jam!

Mushrooms:

Q: Why did the fungi leave the party?
A: There wasn’t mushroom.

Pork:

Q: What do you call a pig that does karate?
A: Porkchop!

Plum:

Q: Did you hear the plum joke?
A: It was pitiful.

Grapes:

Q: What did the green grape say to the purple grape?
A: Breathe! Breathe!
 
We hope you enjoyed these. Comment with your favorites and share with your kids for a good laugh.

 

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About Maia Rodriguez

"Military Mom" Maia Rodriguez was born in Cleveland, Ohio, but that was about twenty homes ago. After graduating from Syracuse University with a BFA in Musical Theater, she traveled just about everywhere in the country, lived in a green turtle-like tent for 6 months, toured and slept in the back of her van and even worked in Japan for a year. Then she met her husband who tamed her (ha!) and they embarked together on the adventure of parenthood in southern California where she worked as a professional pirate. Now, two children later, the family currently resides in VIrginia, where she sings for the US Navy as a vocalist. When she’s not mothering, she’s writing music for "Evernight," singing and writing for the Baby Bullet Blog.

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