If you work in an office, you’ve certainly thought about what you could do to relieve the monotony of your daily routine. Sometimes to make the day pass quickly, we must consider a business pun or two.
Check out our collection of business puns that will relieve you from your workday and give you a little fun along with the tedious routine.
Funny Business Puns
Q: How many salespeople are needed to change a lightbulb?
A: None, as the procedure was automated.
Q: Why was business depressed?
A: It is because it was a loan.
Q: What caused the can-crushing machine to halt operations?
A: The task involved pounding soda.
Q: Do you believe in life after death, boss?
A: Employee: No, since there is no evidence. Boss: Well, now there is! She contacted the office asking for you after you left yesterday, stating you had to go to your grandmother’s funeral.
Q: Do you like your job?
A: I do. Colleagues have recently started putting their names on the food in the office fridge. I’m currently eating Susan, a yogurt. How adorable!
Q: When the accountant dropped a brownie on the paperwork, what did the boss accuse him of?
A: Falsifying and fudging the data.
Q: Why was the employee at the juice manufacturer sacked?
A: It was because she was unable to concentrate.
Q: Why did the baker of donuts resign?
A: Due to his distaste for the hole affair.
Q: What did the marketing division conduct to determine whether their conversation rates had improved?
A: A/B testing.
Q: Why was your friend turning down marketing jobs?
A: He was so socially awkward.
Q: Why did your marketer friend call off her wedding?
A: There wasn’t enough engagement.
Q: Why are marketers prohibited from attending live music events?
A: They continue to strive to convert leads.
Q: Why did the helium gas facility employee say he would no longer do his job?
A: Because he did not want to be communicated to in that manner.
Q: Why did the mannequin storm out of the office one day in a rage?
A: She couldn’t stand it any longer.
Q: Why don’t furniture workers like working from the kitchen?
A: They become unproductive.
Q: Why was the employee sacked from the business that made calendars?
A: He took a day off.
Q: When bath items turned performers, what did the store change into?
A: A soap opera.
Q: How did you feel when you found out you work at a paperless company?
A: Proud, until I went to the restroom.
Q: What happened when your author friend tried contacting a publication?
A: They said they were already booked.
Q: Why do stereo retailers require maintenance?
A: Their products often jam.
Q: What did your supervisor say when you included a joke in your presentation’s opening slide?
A: He wasn’t looking for a picture of my pay slip.
Q: What should you do if an adjacent shop posts a sign that reads “lowest prices”?
A: Install your sign that reads “main entrance.”
Q: What did the boss tell the staff about the daily meetings?
A: “We will continue holding these meetings daily until I find out why no work is getting done.”
Q: Did you hear about the calzone shop?
A: It folded.
Q: Who are the best at minding their own business?
A: Business owners.
Q: What did your friend do to expand his small business in tie-dye shirts?
A: When he was filling out the loan papers, he spilled dye all over, and he dyed a loan.
Q: When account executives harass small businesses for money, what do they yell?
Q: Who makes a living by driving customers away?
A: Taxi drivers.
Q: How many marketers does it take to replace a light bulb?
A: None. It’s automated.
Q: What does an SEO expert see when they spot twins?
A: Duplicate content.
Q: What is a business organization compared to?
A: A tree with monkeys at various levels. The ones on top see smiling faces, while the ones at the bottom only see assholes.
Q: Why was the family waste business so successful?
A: They could smell success.
Q: How did the cosmetics empire sustain itself?
A: They had a solid foundation.
Q: How does your job feel compared to Christmas?
A: The fat guy in the suit gets all the credit even though you do all the work.
Q: What happened when an Irishman looked for work on a construction site?
A: The boss asked if he could make tea. The Irishman said yes. The boss then asked if he could operate a forklift. The Irishman replied, “How big is the teapot?”
Q: Why did Sam ask his boss for a raise?
A: He said three companies were after him.
Q: What did the nasty businessman say to the employees?
A: If you fail the first time, you’re fired.
Q: What did the new employee do in front of the paper shredder?
A: He looked confused until a secretary helped him, saying it was “quite simple.”
Q: Why did your boss call you after you took the day off?
A: To ask if you missed work.
Q: Why do you love your business workplace?
A: People leave me sweets in the fridge with their names on them.
Q: Why did you leave the stationery company where you used to work?
A: I felt I wasn’t going anywhere.
Q: Why are digital marketers great actors?
A: They nail first impressions.
Q: Why did the coffee file a police report?
A: It got mugged.
Q: What do you call an accountant who’s good at conversation?
A: A calculated speaker.
Q: Why did the entrepreneur get thrown out of the fruit market?
A: Because he couldn’t produce enough.
Q: Why did the business presentation go so poorly?
A: The projector just projected its feelings!
Q: How do business people flirt?
A: They use pick-up lines on their spreadsheets.
Q: What did the young businessman bring to his company’s potluck?
A: An entrepreneurdish.
Q: Why was the credit analyst feeling down?
A: He had too many outstanding issues.
Q: How did the marketing agency skyrocket its tea sales?
A: They brewed up a strong campaign.
Q: Why did the SEO expert stay calm during the pitch?
A: He knew how to keep his rankings.
Q: What did the CEO do when he was cold at the board meeting?
A: He turned up the stocks.
Q: Why don’t stock market experts read novels?
A: Because the only numbers in them are page numbers.
Q: Why was the computer cold at the office?
A: It left its Windows open.
Q: Why did the scarecrow win an award at the company?
A: Because he was outstanding in his field.
Q: What’s a businessman’s favorite type of shoe?
A: Loafers. Because he likes to keep the business casual.
Q: Why did the spreadsheet expert get thrown out of the cafe?
A: He kept celling everyone’s coffee.
Q: How do financial experts flirt?
A: “Are you a loan? Because my interest in you is growing.”
Q: Why did the marketer get kicked off the trampoline?
A: Too much bounce rate.
Q: Why was the math book unhappy about the financial report?
A: Because it had too many problems.
Q: What did the banker say to his colleague when they took the same lunchbox by mistake?
A: “I think we have a joint account now.”
Q: Why did the office computer keep playing music?
A: It was trying to sync its files.
Q: What’s a business’s favorite type of comedy?
A: A company stand-up.
Q: Why did the businessman use a trampoline?
A: He wanted to bounce back from his losses.
Q: How do business cats end their presentations?
A: “Any purr-ther questions?”
Q: Why did the manager bring a pencil to the meeting?
A: He wanted to draw conclusions.
Q: Why was the belt arrested in the office?
A: For holding up a pair of trousers!
Q: Why did the business frog use a calculator?
A: He wanted to add more hop-portunities.
Q: How do business clowns make you laugh?
A: They show you their assets.
Q: Why did the credit analyst avoid the orchestra?
A: He didn’t want to see any bad scores.
Q: What did the manager say to the employee playing cards?
A: “I don’t like this deal you’re working on.”
Q: Why was the calendar always busy at work?
A: It always had dates.
Q: How does a CEO toast his bread?
A: On the upper crust.
Q: Why did the businessman keep a fish tank in his office?
A: He was angling for a new deal.
Q: Why did the auditor get caught stealing?
A: Because his double entries were too conspicuous.
Q: What’s an executive’s favorite type of vegetable?
Q: Why was the business book so positive?
A: It had high net self-worth.
Q: Why did the scarecrow get promoted to manager?
A: Because he was outstanding in his field.
Q: Why did the computer go to art school?
A: It wanted to improve its graphic design skills.
Q: How does a stock market expert communicate?
A: In bullish tones.
Q: What did the businessman say when he bought a set of stairs?
A: “This is a step up for our company.”
Q: Why did the pencil complain about its job in accounting?
A: It felt it was always overdrawn.
Q: How does the moon increase its profits?
A: It capitalizes on the night market.
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