If getting a laugh out of a teen was as easy as eliciting an eye roll, we wouldn’t need articles like this. But here we are. These corny jokes for teens are more mature than your average knock-knock joke, but still fall within the scope of family-friendly humor. Good jokes for teens make your teen laugh by acknowledging their maturity and intelligence — without getting dirty. Because clean jokes can be hilarious too if done correctly. Pull these legitimately funny jokes for teens out during dinner while competing for attention with their phone, or during carpool. Having a few of these age-appropriate jokes up your sleeve will earn you a few laughs, if not status as a cool dad. The only hard part is not using them all at once.
Q. How does the moon cut its hair?
A. E-clipse it.
Q. What did the grape say when he was pinched?
A. Nothing, he gave a little wine.
Q: If you have 13 apples in one hand and 10 oranges in the other, what do you have?
A: Big hands.
Q. Where do fruits go on vacation?
Q: What starts with E, ends with E, and has only one letter in it?
A: An envelope
Q: Did you hear about the kidnapping at school?
A: It’s okay. He woke up.
Q: Why can’t you trust an atom?
A: Because they make up everything.
Q: What do you call a pig that does karate?
A: A pork chop.
Q: What did the grape say when he was pinched?
A: Nothing, he gave a little wine.
Q: What did the duck say when he bought lipstick?
A: “Put it on my bill.”
Q: What do you call a boomerang that won’t come back?
A: A stick.
Q: Why did the selfie go to prison?
A: It was framed.
Q: How do you make a tissue dance?
A: Put a little boogie in it.
Q. Why can’t you hear a pterodactyl in the bathroom?
A: Because it has a silent pee.
Q: What do you call an old snowman?
A: A creek.
Q: What is red, orange, and full of disappointment?
A: High school pizza.
Q: What do computers eat for a snack?
Q: What does a school and plant have in common?
Q: What did the middle schooler say to the high schooler?
A: Nothing, they texted.
Q. What is the resemblance between a green apple and a red apple?
A: They’re both red except for the green one.
Q: Why did Adele cross the road?
A: To sing, “Hello from the other side!”
Q. How do you drown a hipster?
A: In the mainstream.
Q. What did the baby corn say to the mama corn?
A: Where is pop corn?
Q: What did one DNA strand say to the other?
A: Does my bum look good in these genes?
Q: What happens to a frog’s car when it breaks down?
A: It gets toad away.
Q: Why do wrappers need umbrellas?
A: Fo’ drizzle.
Q: What’ the difference between ignorance and apathy?
A: I don’t know, and I don’t care.
Q: What gets sharper the more you use it but dull if you don’t use it at all?
Q: Why did the period tell the comma to stop?
A: It was the end of the sentence.
It’s to whom.
I was looking for the lightning when it struck me.
The past, present, and future walked into a bar. It was tense.
Never criticize someone until you have walked a mile in their shoes.
That way, when you criticize them, you’ll be a mile away, and you’ll have their shoes.