Bath puns are usually a hit with youngsters, and some could even make adults laugh. You can share these 110 of our favorite bath restrooms and toilet puns with friends and family to make them all chuckle.
We have a wide selection of the best bath puns, from knock-knock puns to bathroom puns, to keep you amused whether you’re at home or on the move. If you enjoy these, you should also read our selection of the funniest bath puns for young technology enthusiasts or our amusing tennis puns for kids listed below.
Funny Bath Puns
Q: Why did my acquaintance reconsider his burglary career during a bath?
A: He realized he wasn’t cut out for it when he intended to make a clean getaway.
Q: What’s the best way to defeat Spider-Man?
A: Put him in a bath and watch him try to escape!
Q: What did the dolphin say about staying in the bath?
A: It’s not suitable for porpoises.
Q: Why was I surprised by the bath plug sign I saw?
A: I didn’t know mine was electric!
Q: What happened to my house when I returned from work?
A: The bath mats and all the carpet remnants were stolen. Must’ve been the work of rug addicts.
Q: How did I feel when my phone fell into the bath?
A: Now I’m alone. It is synching.
Q: Who might’ve stolen my entire soap supply from the bath?
A: My rubber duck.
Q: How often did I bathe my pet leopard?
A: Daily, now he’s spotless.
Q: What does Batman ask Alfred when he wants a bath?
A: “Alfred, fill up the tub.” And Alfred asks, “What’s a tub, sir?”
Q: Why did the Amazon box wake up in an ice-filled bathtub?
A: It was part of a return process.
Q: How did the elephant upfront respond to the other elephant’s request in the bath?
A: “Do I look like a typewriter to you?”
Q: What’s the downside of getting a larger bathtub?
A: You end up with more bathroom space but fewer actual bathrooms.
Q: What do you call a leper in a bathtub?
Q: Why was the amputee wife crying in the bathtub?
A: She said, “I can’t stand taking a shower without my legs.”
Q: What do you call a duck that steals soap from the bathroom?
A: A robber duck.
Q: How did I describe the investment in Draino for my clogged bathtub?
A: Throwing $7 down the drain.
Q: Why did my penny comment on the bathtub’s mood?
A: It said the tub was feeling drained.
Q: How did I console my wife when our bathtub overflowed?
A: I said, “Oh, dam it.”
Q: What would I name my business that manufactures bathroom fixtures?
A: Rub A Tub Tub.
Q: How many surrealists does it take to install a lightbulb?
A: Three, one to place the clocks in the bathtub and one to hold the giraffe.
Q: Why did I rename my bathroom the Jim?
A: So it sounds better when I say I visit Jim every morning.
Q: What did the boy ask his mother while examining his testicles in the bathtub?
A: “Are these my brains?” And she replied, “Not yet.”
Q: What’s the advice for when an epileptic has a fit in the bathtub?
A: Add your laundry.
Q: How do two bathing monkeys communicate?
A: One says, “Ooh ooh ahh ahh,” and the other replies, “It’s not that hot.”
Q: What did my kid do in the bath with a foam letter?
A: Stuck the letter “P” on my back and said, “Dad, I peed on your back.”
Q: Why should you be careful with bath jokes?
A: Because one might just not hold water.
Q: How many numbers did Seven eat after consuming bath salts?
A: Just Nine.
Q: What did my friend Martin dream of ruling?
A: All bath sponges, under the name Martin Loofah King.
Q: What did the snake charmer and undertaker name their bath towels?
A: “Hiss” and “Hearse.”
Q: Why was the Nun surprised during her shower?
A: The man at the door said he was blind but then asked where to hang the blinds.
Q: What did the doctor tell the pig to do to cure swine flu?
A: Take a therapeutic spa bath.
Q: What did one monkey say to the other in the bath?
A: “Ooh ooh ahh ahh!” The other replied, “Calm down, it’s not that hot.”
Q: What did Bubbles say about Johnny?
A: He’s the guy next door.
Q: How did I make my girlfriend laugh during an argument?
A: Draped a towel over her shoulders and called her “Super Angry.”
Q: How did the parent react to his child in the bathtub looking at his testicles?
A: When asked if those were his brains, the parent said, “Not yet.”
Q: Why was I grateful to heroin during my 60 days of sobriety?
A: It got me through the daily challenge of bathing.
Q: What’s similar between my feelings for spiders and homophobia?
A: Neither are liked, but I’d still scream if I saw one in the bathtub.
Q: What did I receive as bath toys when I was young?
A: A toaster and a radio.
Q: What did my husband misunderstand when I asked for a bath bomb for Christmas?
A: He got me a toaster.
Q: Why was Seven afraid of Six?
A: Because after consuming bath salts, Seven ate all the other numbers.
Q: What did my six-year-old do with the wet foam letter in the bath?
A: He stuck the letter “P” on me and said, “Dad, I peed on your back.”
Q: What did the boy ask the girl during their bath time?
A: “Can I touch it?” The girl replied, “No way, you already broke yours off.”
Q: Why was the 3-year-old’s response to his mother funny when in the bathtub?
A: Because when he asked if those were his brains, she said, “Not yet.”
Q: What did the bath say when it was feeling under the weather?
A: “I’ve got the sink-ing feeling.”
Q: Why was the bathtub always so good at holding secrets?
A: Because it saw people bare but never spilled!
Q: Why did the bathtub decline a promotion at work?
A: It didn’t want to sink to a new low.
Q: How does the tub greet the shower every morning?
A: “Water you up to today?”
Q: Why was the bathtub so confident about the race?
A: It knew it wouldn’t drain its energy.
Q: Why did the bathtub get a ticket?
A: It was a “pool” in a no-parking zone.
Q: What did the bath bomb say before diving into the tub?
A: “This is going to be a blast!”
Q: Why was the bathtub feeling so gloomy?
A: It was just drained.
Q: Why did the towel advise the tub to calm down?
A: “Don’t get all steamed up!”
Q: How do bathtubs flirt?
A: “Is your tub half full, or are you just happy to see me?”
Q: Why did the bath refuse to team up with the sink?
A: It thought the sink would just let things go down the drain.
Q: Why did the bath get so many Valentine’s cards?
A: Because it was so good at setting the mood.
Q: How did the bathtub show its appreciation to the plumber?
A: By not throwing in the towel.
Q: What did the bathtub say to the toilet every night?
A: “I’ve got your back!”
Q: Why did the showerhead praise the tub?
A: “Because every time I rain on you, you take it without letting it overflow!”
Q: What do bathtubs and stories have in common?
A: They both draw you in.
Q: Why did the bathtub get in trouble at school?
A: It couldn’t keep its tap shut.
Q: What do you call a magician in a bathtub?
A: A bubble wizard.
Q: How did the tub compliment the soap?
A: “You make everything bubbly and bright!”
Q: What did the bathtub say during the talent show?
A: “I’ve got a few tricks up my sleeve… or drain.”
Q: Why did the bath need therapy?
A: It had too much built-up emotional baggage.
Q: Why was the tub always feeling optimistic at bedtime?
A: It believed the next day would dawn bright and bubbly.
Q: Why did the bathtub never lose at poker?
A: It always had a clean hand.
Q: How does a tub throw a great party?
A: It sets the bubbles, lays back, and just soaks in the fun.
Q: Why did the bathtub apply for a job?
A: It wanted to clean up its act.
Q: Why did the bathtub never feel lonely?
A: It was always surrounded by bubbles.
Q: What’s a bathtub’s favorite song?
A: “Splish Splash, I Was Taking a Bath!”
Q: How did the bathtub console its friend?
A: “Just let those feelings overflow.”
Q: Why was the bathtub always calm during arguments?
A: It would just soak in the information and then let it drain away.
Q: What advice did the older tub give to the younger one?
A: “Don’t let a little leak drain your spirits.”
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