Funny 4th Of July Jokes
The 4th of July is celebrated in the U.S. as Independence Day, to commemorate the Declaration of Independence that was officially adopted on 4th July, 1776. It's a federal holiday and is associated with great fun and celebrations such as parades and firework displays, as well as carnivals and all manner of other fun things. And you won't be surprised to hear that here at LaffGaff we like to celebrate it with laughter in the form of 4th of July jokes.
And so with that in mind, here's a collection of our favorite funny 4th of July jokes...
A seasick Uncle Sam.
The Battle of Bonkers Hill.
Independence Day-old pizza.
One has a bill on their face and the other has their face on a bill.
One day the teacher asked him who signed the Declaration of Independence, and of course he didn't know.
The teacher asked him every day for a week but still he couldn’t give the right answer.
Finally, in desperation, she called the boy’s father to come and see her. She said to him, "Your boy won’t tell me who signed the Declaration of Independence."
The father said to his son, "Come here, boy, and sit down."
The boy duly did as he was told and then his dad said to him, "Now if you signed that stupid thing, just admit it so we can get out of here."
They both have good constitutions.
Because freedom rings.
Uncle Sam falling down the stairs.
At the chopping mall.
She said to them, “You know, we live in a great country. And one of the best things about it is that we are all free.”
At this, a little boy marched up to her from the back of the class, put his hands on his hips and said angrily, "I'm not free. I'm four."
At the bottom.
The Fodder of Our Country.
Because she can't sit down.
Now I just need to buy a car and I'm all set...
The Ducklaration of Independence.
Nothing, it just waved.
My pop's bigger than your pop.
Funny 4th of July Jokes
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