18th Century Jokes

26 18th century jokes and hilarious 18th century puns to laugh out loud. Read jokes about 18th century that are clean and suitable for kids and friends.

Funniest 18th Century Short Jokes

Short 18th century jokes and puns are one of the best ways to have fun with word play in English. The 18th century humour may include short 17th century jokes also.

  1. What do Peter the Great and Vladimir Putin have in common? They both lead Russia to the 18th century.
  2. In the 18th century it was common practice to ignore negative numbers People stopped at nothing to avoid them
  3. My girlfriend made me watch a movie with her about how women struggled during their menstrual cycles in the 18th century. It was a period piece
  4. What did the 18th century European say when he checked his bank account? "Oh no! I'm baroque!"
  5. In history we were asked to give our opinion on the representation of slaves in the United States in the 18th and 19th centuries... I gave it a 3 out of 5
  6. Arnold Schwarzenegger announced today that he'll be starring in a new movie about a 18th century composer When asked about it it, Mr Schwarzenegger said "I'll be Bach"
  7. Arnold Schwarzenegger was asked if he was going to attend the 18th century composer costume party. He said, Yes, I'll be Bach .
  8. Why didn't 18th century composer George Frideric Handel go shopping while he lived in London? Because he was Baroque.
  9. 18th Century Arms Dealer Receives Concussion on First Day at Work A burgeoning blunderbuss broker braved and bore the brunt of a bludgeoning to the brain.
  10. I started studying history and learned something really impressive. Did you know that in the 18th and 19th centuries, the British Navy forced American sailors into service?

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18th Century One Liners

Which 18th century one liners are funny enough to crack down and make fun with 18th century? I can suggest the ones about 19th century and 20th century.

  1. I was going to tell a joke about 18th century philosophers... But I just Kant.
  2. What does an 18th century French philosopher eat off of? A Monteskewer.

18th Century Funny Jokes And Hilarious Puns.

What funny jokes about 18th century you can tell and make people laugh? An example I can give is a clean eighteen jokes that will for sure put a smile on everyones mouth and help you make 18th century pranks.

In the 15th century the Arabs invented the c**..., using a goat's lower intestine.

In the 18th century the British somewhat refined the idea by taking the intestine out of the goat first.

A man walks into a bar and asks for a job.

The owner asks him What makes you think you're qualified for a job here?
The man replies: Sir, when my father was young he killed a man named Bartholomew. His father, in his youth, also killed a man named Bartholomew. His father did the same, and his father, and his father, all the way to the 18th century.
The owner is shocked and confused: Dear God, but what does that have to do with the job?
The man replied: I'm trying to say I come from a long line of Bart enders.

In the 18th century, a hopeful Asian laborer landed in America and went straight to the employment office.

He didn't speak a word of English, and the men at the employment office couldn't figure out where he was from. They took a vote to see if he was Chinese or Japanese.
It was a Thai.

Netflix's latest movie.

Netflix have released a powerful new film set in the 18th century about a princess who's cursed by non-stop m**... . The witch who cursed her says she has before the age of 21 to lift the curse by falling in love.
Honestly, it's a fantastic period drama.

From the turn of the 18th century, to the mid 1960's b**... and w**... were legally forbidden from entering into i**... marriages. The reasoning behind this restriction?

It produced mixed results.

What was the best part of being a blind smallpox inoculator in the 18th century?

The great stories you get to read everyday.

How humans and animals survived before the 18th century?

Oxygen was discovered only in 1772!

I feel the classical musicians from the 17th and 18th century were not financially well-off.

Because they come from the Baroque era.

What's the difference between a beard and an 18th century sailing vessel?

One's coarse hair; the other's a corsair.

George and the Dragon

A vagabond in 18th century England, exhausted and famished, came to a roadside Inn with a sign reading: "George and the Dragon."
He knocked. The Innkeeper's wife stuck her head out a window.
"Could ye spare some victuals?" He asked.
The woman glanced at his shabby, dirty clothes. "No!" she shouted.
"Could I have a pint of ale?"
"No!" she shouted.
"Could I at least sleep in your stable?"
"No!" she shouted again.
The vagabond said, "Might I please...?"
"What now?" the woman screeched, not allowing him to finish.
"D'ye suppose," he asked, "that I might have a word with George?"

The French Army uniform

At an 18th century European peace conference, a French General struck up a conversation with a British General. The Frenchman asks the Brit, "Why is that your troops go into battle in those bright red coats? They seem awfully garish and opponents can see them coming from a mile away." "Well," says the Brit, "the red coats are so that if a soldier is wounded his fellows won't be able to see the blood and despair." "How clever," responds the French General. "I can see the wisdom in that. As a matter of fact something like that might benefit my troops as well!" And from that day forward, the French army has always gone into battle in brown pants.

A schoolteacher quits his job to become a pirate...

In 18th century America, a schoolteacher decides that he's sick and tired of teaching spelling and grammar to children all day. So he quits his job, sells his house, and plans to become a pirate. He goes down the harbor to buy a boat and hire a crew. Once his crew is ready, they head out onto the high seas, with the captain/former teacher at the helm.
As they sail, they spy a merchant ship on the horizon and start chasing it. As they catch up, the captain tells the first mate to command the crew to start priming the cannons. The first mate sends the message down and the crew readies the cannonballs, prepares the gunpowder, and takes aim at the merchant ship. The first mate runs back up to the helm and says "captain, the cannons be ready!"
The captain turns to the first mate and says "are!"