Keep the party booming with jokes about July 4th. Fireworks, picnics, and family fun are as American as apple pie. You can branch into some history lessons as you share a few historically-based jokes, too. You can impress your children with historical facts like: “Where was the Declaration of Independence signed? At the bottom.” The Declaration of Independence was approved on July 4, 1776. According to Census.gov, there were 2.5 million people living in the United States at the time. In July 2020, according to Census.gov, there were about 332 million people.
Enjoy Fireworks Jokes for the Month of July
The tradition of fireworks on the Fourth of July started July 4, 1777, in Philadelphia. However, the Fourth of July did not become a federal holiday until 1941. And, since the late 19th Century, the Fourth of July is one of the most popular days for family get-togethers and summer barbecues. In 2020, about $301 million worth of fireworks were imported into the United States, according to Census.gov. Let’s enjoy the upcoming holiday with a few funny jokes.
Why did the duck say bang? Because he was a firequacker.
Why should you never watch fireworks on TV? Because it’s a dangerous place to light them.
What did the lightning say to the fireworks? Hey! You stole my thunder.
Why should you research fireworks before you buy them? So, you get the best bang for your buck.
What do you get when you cross a dinosaur and fireworks? Dino-mite.
How’s the fireworks business? Booming.
Learning a Bit of History with Jokes About July 4th
It’s important to know history, and when you learn obscure fun facts about our nation’s history, you can impress your children and friends. Did you know that 8 of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence were born in the United Kingdom? The oldest signer of the Declaration of Independence was Benjamin Franklin at 70, and the youngest signer was Edward Rutledge, 26, a lawyer from South Carolina. Jokes about July 4th will make you laugh.
Why were the first Americans like ants? They lived in colonies.
What happened as a result of the Stamp Act? The Americans licked the British!
What kind of tea did the American colonists want? Liberty.
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Did you hear the one about the Liberty Bell? Yeah, it cracked me up too!
What did the American colonists wear to the Boston Tea Party? They wore tea-shirts.
Why did Paul Revere ride his horse from Boston to Lexington? Because the horse was too heavy to carry.
What was General Washington’s favorite tree? The infantry.
Patriotic Jokes About July 4th
How come there are no Knock Knock jokes about America? Because freedom rings.
What’s red, white, black and blue? Uncle Sam falling down the stairs.
What happens if something goes wrong at Mt. Rushmore on the 4th of July? A monumental disaster.
What does the Statue of Liberty stand for? It can’t sit down.
Did you hear the one about the Liberty Bell? Yeah, it cracked me up!
Have Fun with Jokes About July 4th
What’s the difference between a duck and George Washington? One has a bill on his face, and the other has his face on a bill.
What is the similarity between the Liberty Bell and easter eggs? They both are cracked up.
What rock group has four members who just stay still and never sing? Mount Rushmore.
What will you call an American drawing? A Yankee Doodle.
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What would you get if you crossed the American national bird with Snoopy? A bald beagle!
What do you get when you cross Captain America with the Incredible Hulk? The Star-Spangled Banner.
What protest by a group of dogs occurred in 1772? The Boston Flea Party.
Why was hunting eagles banned in America? Because it was ill-eagle.
What do you get if you cross a patriot with a small curly-haired dog? Yankee Poodle.
Jokes About July 4th Picnics
The word “picnic” comes from the French word “pique-nique.” Fourth of July picnics may not be as old as its French origin of the word, but the memories made from traditions like hotdogs, hamburgers, family, friends, and sometimes family relay races will last a lifetime.
How was the food at the Fourth of July picnic? “The hot dogs were bad and the brats were wurst!”
What was Yogi the Bear looking for in the picnic basket? Just the “Bear” Necessities.
Who comes to picnics but is never invited? Ants.
What treats do Dads like to eat on the 4th of July? POPsicles.
Did you hear about the picnic without beverages? It was soda pressing.
Why did the car stop for a picnic? It was in park.
What did the mama llama say to the baby llama as they prepared for a picnic? Alpaca lunch.
What is a hungry boy’s favorite picnic event? The snack race.
Jokes about July 4th will keep your picnic celebration lit. Celebrate our country’s birth of independence with family, friends, fireworks, and of course a dose of humor. Where else in the world can you celebrate a summer day with a cookout and fireworks every year. Do other countries also have the 4th of July? They should, it’s the next day after July 3rd.
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