Ready to chuckle your way through November? Check out the very best November jokes that are sure to relieve some stress and have you having fun with friends and family!
Ah, November! That time of the year when the leaves fall faster than your motivation to work out. You know, the month when Thanksgiving is the halftime show for Halloween and Christmas.
Yep, we’re talking about the season where the turkeys start sweating, and your uncle starts planning his ‘controversial’ dinner table talk. Welcome to the gobbler of months, the cornucopia of comedy, the gravy boat of giggles: November Jokes Central! Where you are sure to need a good laugh on Thanksgiving day.
Now let’s address the gravy—uh, I mean the elephant—in the room. November isn’t just about scarfing down stuffing or telling Aunt Karen that, yes, you’re still trying to finish college or that you did need the throw pillow; thank you very much. It’s also about mastering the art of laughing so hard you don’t need a belt extension at Thanksgiving dinner. But don’t worry, we’re not serving up half-baked humor here; our jokes are stuffed with quality and roasted to perfection.
November jokes are the PSLs (Pumpkin Spice Laughs) of the comedic menu. They’re the gateway to holiday humor, the first flurries before the blizzard of December jokes. Think of them as Black Friday for your funny bone—you get all the laughs at a discount, no trampling required!
So put down that rake, pause your quest for the perfect pie crust, and forget about arguing with your GPS about the fastest route to Grandma’s house. It’s time to gobble up some humor that’s juicier than your mom’s overcooked turkey and more colorful than that questionable Jell-O mold your neighbor brings every year. Feast your eyes and let’s dig into some November jokes that are sure to be the “cranberry sauce” on your comedy “turkey”!
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Best November Jokes
Q: Why did the farmer enter the cider contest?A: He loved all the apple-ause.
Q: What’s the best thing to put into pumpkin pie?A: Your teeth!
Q: What do comedians call Thanksgiving?A: Pranks-giving.
Q: What’s the best dance to do on Thanksgiving?A: The turkey trot.
Q: Why did the turkey cross the road on November 1st?A: To get to the other side before Thanksgiving!
Q: What kind of apples should be used for cider served at a ball?A: Gala apples.
Q: How do you talk to a giant?A: Use big words.
Q: When does Christmas come before Thanksgiving?A: In the dictionary.
Q: Why was the apple grower sent to federal prison?A: In-cider trading.
Q: Why do birds fly south for the winter?A: It’s too far to walk!
Q: What kind of tan did pilgrims get?A: Puritan.
Q: What did the turkey say to the turkey hunter?A: Quack, Quack, Quack.
Q: What did one autumn leaf say to the other?A: I’m falling for you.
Q: What do vampires call Thanksgiving?A: Fangs-giving.
Q: What kind of stories do frogs like?A: Ones with hoppy endings!
Q: What do you call Thanksgiving for selfish people?A: Thanks-taking.
Q: Why did the pilgrim’s pants keep falling down?A: Because his belt buckle was on his hat.
Q: If money really did grow on trees, then what would everyone’s favorite season be?A: Fall.
Q: What do you call a turkey on the day after Thanksgiving?A: Lucky!
Q: What did the tree say to the wind in November?A: Leaf me alone!
Q: Why are cranberries so good at coming up with riddles?A: They know how to BOG-GLE the mind.
Q: What do you get when you cross a Pilgrim with a cracker?A: A Pilgraham.
Q: What’s the best thing about Black Friday?A: Sleeping in on Saturday.
Q: What’s the friendliest part of November?A: Thanksgiving!
Q: What did the cranberry say to the turkey?A: Nothing. Cranberries can’t talk.
Q: What do you call the evil being that comes to get pilgrims?A: Pilgrim Reaper.
Q: Why did the cranberry cross the road?A: To get to the other tide.
Q: What’s the smallest unit of measurement in the pilgrim cookbook?A: Pilgram.
Q: Why are trees so care free and easy going?A: Because every fall, they let loose.
Q: What always comes at the end of Thanksgiving?A: The letter G!
Q: What does a clock do when it’s really hungry?A: It goes back for seconds!
Q: Why was the Thanksgiving dinner so expensive?A: It had 24 carrots.
Q: What kind of face do pilgrims make when they’re in pain?A: Pil-grimace.
Q: What might you get from drinking expired apple cider?A: Bad cider-ffects
Q: What did the Mayflower sailors play when they were bored?A: Cards – because they always have a deck.
Q: What is corn oil used for?A: Corn cars.
Q: How much does a pirate pay for corn?A: A buccaneer.
Q: If pilgrims travel on the Mayflower, then what do college students travel on?A: The Scholar Ships.
Q: Why did the scarecrow enroll in cooking school in November?A: Because it wanted to learn how to make “corny” dishes!
Q: When is the best time to plant things?A: Grow-vember!
Q: Why did the man put peanut butter on the street?A: To go with the traffic jam.
Q: What do you call a cold turkey on Thanksgiving Day?A: “Brrr”-d!
Q; If you eat too many salted pretzels on Halloween, what happens the next day?A: November thirst.
Q: Which month is furry and lives in the woods?A: Novem-bear!
Q: What’s a turkey’s favorite type of movie?A: Anything with “chick flicks”!
Q: Why did the star explode during Autumn?A: It was Super Nova-mber.
Q: What was Humpty Dumpty’s favorite month?A: November, because he had a great fall.
Q: Why was the music fan’s ears ringing?A: He just got through Rock-tober!
Q: How many seconds are there in one year?A: 12 of them: January 2nd, February 2nd, March 2nd, April 2nd, May 2nd, June 2nd, July 2nd, August 2nd, September 2nd, October 2nd, November 2nd, and December 2nd.
Q: What does a frog eat with his hamburger?A: French flies.
Q: What do lawyers wear in November?A: Lawsuits.
Q: Which month is all about feet?A: Toe-vember!
Q: What do you call a turkey on the day after Thanksgiving?A: Lucky!
Q: Why did the cranberries turn red in November?A: Because they saw the turkey dressing!
Q: What’s a potato’s favorite game to play in November?A: MASH.
Q: Why did the football team go to the bank in November?A: To get their quarterback!
Q: How did Mayflower sailors say hello to each other?A: They waved.
Q: What do you get when you divide the circumference of a pumpkin by its diameter?A: Pumpkin pi.
Q: What kind of music did the Pilgrims like to listen to?A: Plymouth Rock.
Q: What did the turkey say to the computer?A: Google, Google, Google!
Q: What did the orange pumpkin say to the green gourd?A: You look a little sick.
Q: What’s a turkey’s favorite type of music?A: Gobble-y goop!
Q: Who isn’t hungry at Thanksgiving?A: The turkey because he’s already stuffed.
Q: If there were still Pilgrims alive today, what would they be famous for?A: Their age!
Q: Why did the calendar apply for a job in November?A: Because it wanted to make some dates!
Q: Why did the turkey go to the doctor in November?A: It had stuffing congestion!
Q: What is the cutest season of the year?A: Awwwtumn.
Q: Why is it so easy to trick a leaf in November?A: They fall for anything.
Q: Where did they take the Mayflower when it was sick?A: The nearest doc.
Q: What do you get when a turkey lays an egg on a hill?A: An eggroll.
Q: What candy do bumblebees love the most?A: Bumble gum.
Q: What is a pumpkin’s favorite sport?A: Squash!
Q: What’s a turkey’s favorite dessert?A: I-scream!
Q: How should you hunt deer in November?A: With an autumn-atic rifle.
Q: What is a dog’s favorite snack?A: Pup-corn
Q: What do you call a turkey with an evil plan?A: “Poultry”-geist!
Q: What is a cat’s favorite color?A: Purrrr-ple
Q: What do ducks put in their soup?A: Quakers.
Q: Which month takes ages?A: Slow-vember!
Q: When is an orange not an orange?A: When it’s a pumpkin.
Q: What do New Orleans football fans look forward to in November?A: All Saints Day!
Q: What’s the most negative month of the year?A: NO-vember.
Q: Why did a scarecrow win the Nobel prize?A: He was outstanding in his field.
Q: What’s the difference between Yam and Jam?A: Y and J.
Q: Why did the cranberries turn red?A: Because they saw the turkey dressing!
Q: How did you know a turkey like his dinner?A: He gobbles it up.
Q: What game do mice love to play?A: Hide and squeak.
Q: Why should you make sure your bonfire night is well timed?A: Otherwise, it will be bang out of order!
Q: Why do some people love November?A: They fall for it every year.
Q: Which month is black and feathery?A: Crow-vember!
Q: Why did Johnny get such low grades after Thanksgiving?A: Because everything is marked down after the holidays.
Q: How did the detective solve the mystery at the orchard?A: He pressed the apples for clues.
Q: What smells the best at a Thanksgiving dinner?A: Your nose.
Q: How did they clean their clothes on the Mayflower?A: Tide!
Q: What’s the key to a great Thanksgiving dinner?A: The tur-key!
Q: What do you wear to Thanksgiving dinner?A: A Har-VEST.
Q: What do Halloween and Thanksgiving have in common?A: One has goblins, the other has gobblers.
Q: What showed us how much the Mayflower liked America?A: The way it hugged the shore.
Q: What’s the opposite of November?A: Yesvember.
Q: What’s got a beak and gets set off on the 5th of November?A: A fire-quacker!
Q: Where did the first corn come from?A: The stalk brought it.
Q: What happened in November when the turkey got into a fight?A: He got the stuffing knocked out of him.
Q: What’s a turkey’s favorite sport?A: Featherball!
Q: What do you call a turkey that’s not polite?A: “Fowl”-mannered!
Q: How did the Pilgrims bring their cows to America?A: On the Mooooo-flower.
Q: Why is November such a cute month of the year?A: Because it’s in awwwtumn.
Q: Why do birds fly south in November?A: Because it’s quicker than walking.
Q: What key has legs and can’t open doors?A: A turkey!
Q: What is a scarecrow’s favorite fruit?A: Straw-berries
Q: When is the best time to cut your lawn?A: Mow-vember!
Q: Why did the Granny Smith apple cry?A: It’s peelings were hurt.
Q: What do you call a turkey that’s been cooking for hours?A: A “slow-roasted” turkey!
Q: Why did the star explode during Autumn?A: It was a super Nova-ember!
Q: What did the ghost say when it found out it was November?A: It’s boo-tiful outside.
Q: How do you fix a gourd?A: With a pumpkin patch.
Q: What do you get when you cross a turkey with a vampire?A: A “fowl”-blooded creature!
Q: Which month is the best for boating?A: Row-vember!
Q: Why was the robot couple’s anniversary in November?A: They were autumn mated.
Q: Why did the math book look sad in November?A: Because it had too many problems.
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