As we crawl into the hilarious world of insect puns, prepare to be bugged by laughter! This swarm of jokes will have you buzzing with delight and itching to share them with your friends.
From witty one-liners about ants to punny quips about spiders, we’ve got you covered like a butterfly’s wings.
Get ready to wiggle your antennae and dive headfirst into this hive of humor – don’t forget your sense of fun, or you might feel a little beetle-brained! 🐜
So, without further ado, let’s fly straight into this entomological extravaganza! 🦟
Funny Bug Puns
Q: How is the oldest ant of the colony treated?
A: Like an ant-ique.
Q: Can you give the ant-ser to my question?
A: I don’t know the ant-ser.
Q: What do we call newly married spiders?
Q: Which bee doesn’t love nectar?
Q: How do little bees go to school?
A: They take the school-buzz.
Q: Which bug pays rent?
A: A ten-ant.
Q: From which service do insects get their food delivered?
Q: What do you call a bug on the moon?
A: A lunar-tick.
Q: Can grasshoppers play cricket?
A: Grasshoppers can play cricket, but crickets can’t play grasshopper.
Q: What’s a bug mediator called?
A: A diplo-gnat.
Q: What’s the name of the app where ticks do funny dances?
Q: What did the judge say when the stinkbug came to the courtroom?
A: Odor in the court.
Q: What would you name a rabbit infested with insects?
A: Bugs Bunny.
Q: Which bees can fly in the rain?
A: Those that put on their yellow jackets.
Q: What was the name of the secret organization in the Soviet Union?
A: The Cagey Bee.
Q: What’s a good thing for bugs?
A: Global worming.
Q: Do you like my new lamp?
A: Do you mean this new lava lamp?
Q: What do you take when you’re dehydrated from heat?
A: A snailine solution.
Q: Why aren’t you worried about the spider bite?
A: Because I’m packed with ant-ibodies.
Q: Who did the bugs hire for their taxes?
A: An account-ant.
Q: How do I know you’re watching me?
A: I’ve got all my eyes on you, watching from my web.
Q: What accompanies your sushi?
Q: What community did the bug that coughed up blood join?
A: The tuberculocust community.
Q: How would you define a grasshopper?
A: A bug on a pogo stick.
Q: What are most beetles?
A: Insects. The remaining are all cars.
Q: What do you call a bonkers bug?
A: A luna-tick.
Q: Why was the centipede late for office?
A: He had to wear all his shoes, which took more time.
Q: What do you think of the ant-ticks my friend uses to cross-breed bugs?
A: I hate them.
Q: Why does every fly want to breathe fire?
A: Because it wants to be a dragonfly.
Q: Where do bees wait for their bus?
A: At the buzz stop.
Q: Which bugs are both honey and make dogs itchy?
A: The Flea Stooges.
Q: Where do bugs gain their knowledge?
A: From an insectopedia.
Q: How famous are your insect puns?
A: They are un-bee-lievably famous.
Q: Which bug is smarter than a talking parrot?
A: A spelling bee.
Q: What kind of route did you take today?
A: The sea-nic route.
Q: Is he a social butterfly?
A: Some say that he’s an antisocial butterfly.
Q: Why did the mosquito go to therapy?
A: It had an itch it couldn’t scratch.
Q: What do you call a smart ant?
A: An intellig-ant.
Q: What’s an insect’s favorite type of music?
A: Beetle rock.
Q: Why did the spider go to school?
A: To improve its web design skills.
Q: What do you call a bug that’s bad at soccer?
A: A fumble bee.
Q: Why was the caterpillar always late?
A: It couldn’t keep up with the butterflies.
Q: What do you call an insect that hates Christmas?
A: A humbug.
Q: Why do bees have sticky hair?
A: Because they use honeycombs.
Q: What do you call a shy insect?
A: A bashful beetle.
Q: Why was the ant so confused?
A: It couldn’t make up its mind.
Q: What do you call an insect that’s good at math?
A: A calcul-ant.
Q: Why did the firefly join the circus?
A: It wanted to be the star of the show.
Q: What do you call a bug that lives in Paris?
A: A flea-nchman.
Q: Why did the mosquito become a boxer?
A: It loved to take a good swat.
Q: What do you call a bug that likes to dance?
A: A jitterbug.
Q: Why was the caterpillar always so proud?
A: It had just become a butterfly.
Q: What do you call a bug that’s good at sports?
A: An athl-ant.
Q: Why did the moth go to the doctor?
A: It had a serious case of butterflies in its stomach.
Q: What do you call a bug that’s great at playing cards?
A: A poker-pillar.
Q: Why did the flea join the army?
A: It wanted to be in the front line of defense.
Q: What should you do when you’re angry?
A: Make sure you don’t fly off the handle.
Q: How do you feel after a bug infestation?
A: I’m feeling sluggish.
Q: Even if it’s a male, what can an ant still be?
A: An uncle.
Q: Will things turn out okay?
A: I’m sure it will bee OK.
Q: How do you know which bugs watch romantic movies?
A: Most bugs watch rom-ants.
Q: When do spiders celebrate their union?
A: On their webbing day.
Q: What do you call a bug with bad hair?
A: A frizz-bee.
Q: Which bug is truly modest?
A: A humble-bee.
Q: What do you call bugs with horns?
Q: Which movie is loved by insects?
A: Rom-ant Holiday.
Q: How did the spider find its new home?
Q: What did the dog say to the flea?
A: Please don’t bug me.
Q: What’s a fly without wings?
A: A walk.
Q: What is that large green bug on my windshield?
A: A glasshopper.
Q: What did the husband say after his doctor’s checkup?
A: He had a bad case of hives.
Q: What about the giant butterfly rumor?
A: It’s just an urban moth.
Q: What do you say to get my attention?
A: Hook me up.
Q: What did grandpa moth say to grandma moth?
A: “I really need my morning moffee now.”
Q: How do you describe yourself?
A: For a bug guy, you seem pretty fly.
Q: What’s an alternative to fast food?
A: Eat snails.
Q: Why do you keep bothering everyone?
A: You just have to keep bugging them.
Q: What is a bug-resistant to?
A: An army of ants can be quite resist-ant.
Q: Can you make a rhyme with “bumble”?
A: Dumble bumble gum bumbles Dumble.
Q: Where does beauty lie?
A: Beauty lies in the eyes of the bee-holder.
Q: Are you planning to retaliate?
A: I am getting right back gnat you.
Q: What does every bug love to wear?
Q: Which bug is good at everything?
A: A slaying mantis.
Q: Which bug has the best sense of smell?
A: The scent-ipede.
Q: Which car is an insect’s favorite?
Q: Does every bug have an answer?
A: Every bug has some ant-ser or the other.
Q: What do fireflies eat between meals?
A: Light meals.
Q: What do you call a hoarse fly?
A: A fly with a frog stuck in its throat.
Q: What’s a snail on a ship?
A: A snailor.
Q: Why can’t I understand what you’re saying?
A: You might be a mumble-bee.
Q: Who are you?
A: Believe it or not, you are my soilmate.
Q: Do you recognize this song?
A: I’m so fly, I can hear heaven. The spider-man song.
Q: Why am I feeling so restless?
A: You make me so antsy.
Q: Why are you always lying?
A: I’m totally bugged off with the stories that you spin.
Q: What’s your favorite gum?
A: I just love bumble gum.
Q: What did the father bug name his giant son?
Q: What happens when a wasp falls ill?
A: It goes to a wasp-ital.
Q: Who wears the tiniest sneakers?
Q: How did one moth save another?
A: With moth-to-moth breathing techniques.
Q: What do you call a constantly complaining bug?
A: A grumble-bee.
Q: What did the old lady think of insect jokes?
A: She found them to bee irritating.
Q: What’s worse than a worm in your apple?
A: Half a worm in half the apple.
Q: Why don’t flies land on computers?
A: They’re afraid of the World Wide Web.
Q: What did one ghost say to another about bugs?
A: Let’s Boo-da-pest.
Q: When the ant asked the elephant about his favorite game, what did the elephant reply?
A: His favorite game was squash.
Q: How was the movie about bugs?
A: That was an XL-ant movie.
Q: Where have you been searching for me?
A: Everywhere, I’ve searched all the tunnels for you.
Q: Why are caterpillars scared of dog-pillars?
A: Cat-erpillars are always too scared.
Q: How do you feel today?
A: I’m feeling so buzzed and bugged down.
Q: How fast are you moving, bugger?
A: You’re moving at a snail’s pace.
Q: Did you notice me?
A: You are so fly, but I didn’t even see you come up behind me.
Q: What do you call an undercover insect?
A: A spy-der.
Q: How was this season’s syllabus?
A: We got a huge syla-buzz.
Q: How did you fall for me?
A: I seem to have Pollen in love with you.
Q: How addictive are bug puns?
A: Believe it or not, bee puns really bug the hell out of me.
Q: Who are you?
A: Hi, I am Mr. Spider. Pleased to eat you.
Q: What do you call a bug that tells jokes?
A: A comedi-ant.
Q: What do you call a bug that’s good at drawing?
A: An art-ist-ant.
Q: Why did the grasshopper become a musician?
A: It loved to play the hop-iano.
Q: What do you call a bug that loves to read?
A: A bookworm.
Q: Why did the ladybug become a detective?
A: It had a keen eye for spotting clues.
Q: What do you call a bug that’s good at science?
A: An experim-ant.
Q: Why did the dragonfly become a pilot?
A: It loved to soar through the sky.
Q: What do you call a bug that’s good at cooking?
A: A culinary-ant.
Q: Why did the moth go to the casino?
A: It was attracted to the bright lights.
Q: What do you call a bug that loves photography?
A: A shutterbug.
Q: Why did the bee become a hairdresser?
A: It had a knack for creating buzz cuts.
Q: What do you call a bug that’s good at acting?
A: A dram-ant-ic.
Q: Why did the centipede start a band?
A: It had a leg up on the competition.
Q: What do you call a bug that loves to sing?
A: A hum-bee.
Q: Why did the butterfly become a teacher?
A: It loved to spread its wings and fly.
Q: What do you call a bug that’s good at solving mysteries?
A: An investig-ant.
Q: Why did the ladybug become a fashion designer?
A: It had an eye for spots.
Q: What do you call a bug that’s a great listener?
A: An earwig.
Q: Why did the fly join a baseball team?
A: It loved to catch flies.
Q: What do you call a bug that’s a computer whiz?
A: A program-ant.
Q: Why did the caterpillar become a carpenter?
A: It loved to build cocoons.
Q: What do you call a bug that’s great at giving advice?
A: A consult-ant.
Q: Why did the beetle become a baker?
A: It loved to roll in the dough.
Q: Why did the mosquito join a choir?
A: It loved to hit the high notes.
Q: What can kill germs?
A: A disinfectant insect.
Q: What do you say to a glowing girl?
A: I just love it when you glow, girl.
Q: Can a fly ever be a butterfly?
A: A butterfly will always fly, but a fly can never butterfly.
Q: Where do insects shop for fruit?
A: At Applebee’s.
Q: What does a gym room often need?
A: We always have to work out the bugs in our gym room.
Q: What do you call a dead fly?
A: A flew.
Q: What’s a voracious bug called?
Q: Why did the bug carry air freshener?
A: It was a deodor-ant.
Q: When does a fly fly?
A: When the spider spies her.
Q: Why don’t you get close to the alphabet?
A: You may be stung by the B-ee.
Q: What does a priest say to get rid of bugs?
A: Let us spray.
Q: What’s the best thing about frogs?
A: They eat whatever bugs them.
Q: Why do you feel nervous?
A: I’ve got butterflies in my stomach.
Q: What’s an alternative to buns?
A: French flies with cat-sup.
Q: What’s the plan for our disagreement?
A: It’s time we slugged it out, no use being bugged down.
Q: What happened at the fancy dress competition?
A: I was dressed as a bug and won, I am still buzzing with delight.
Q: Why are you feeling ill?
A: After a whole day of gardening under the sun, I now have in-dig-estion.
Q: How does your heart feel around me?
A: You truly make my heart flutter like a butterfly.
Q: What did you think of the family?
A: I’ve never seen a more buzarre family.
Q: How old is this piece?
A: That’s a really old ant-ique piece.
Q: How to be a good web designer?
A: To be one, you first need to spider across the web to find a good course.
Q: What is the existential question for bugs?
A: To bee or not to bee.
Q: Which bug is bad at football?
A: A fumble-bee.
Q: Why do bees hum?
A: They don’t know the lyrics.
Q: What’s the policy at the insect restaurant?
A: Fly-tipping isn’t allowed there.
Q: What do you call a foreign ant?
Q: How do you start off a firefly race?
A: Ready, steady, glow!
Q: What do ants dance on?
A: The lid of a jam jar because it reads: ‘Twist to open’.
Q: Which is the most dangerous bug?
A: The hepatitis bee.
Q: How do you feel about the bug?
A: Don’t let it bug you.
Q: How much do you mean to me?
A: You mean the whole worm to me.
Q: Which is your favorite subject?
Q: Hey bugger, do you know where you are?
A: This is a no-fly zone.
Q: What kind of mail is bug-free?
A: This is good old-fashioned snail mail.
Q: Why are you avoiding responsibility?
A: I think I caught the bug when it flu in.
Q: What bothers you about me?
A: Nothing about you ever bugs me.
Q: What do you call a bug that makes clothes?
A: A tailor-ant.
Q: Why did the spider join a yoga class?
A: It wanted to become more flexible.
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