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32 adjective jokes and hilarious adjective puns to laugh out loud. Read jokes about adjective that are clean and suitable for kids and friends.

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Funniest Adjective Short Jokes

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

  1. During an interview, the interviewer told me to describe myself using 3 adjectives. My response was... "Lazy."
  2. I just did one of those "what noun are you" quizzes... and I got "pedantic", which is an adjective.
  3. Today my son told me he wanted to go help blind people after school... The verb, not the adjective.
  4. I bumped into my old English teacher that I fancied. "What's new?" she asked.
    I said, "An adjective."
  5. The adjective for metal is metallic . The adjective for metal is metallic .
    But that's not the case for iron , which is ironic.
  6. What is the best adjective to describe somebody who incessantly makes puns? PUN-gent!
    ^(I'm sorry)
  7. I saw a couple of adjectives and a pronoun nervously smoking outside court yesterday. Probably awaiting sentencing.
  8. What was your favourite pastry that Grammar used to make? Mine was the delicious synonym rolls and my adjective was to eat at least half of them off the plate
  9. Article adjective noun verb preposition proper noun... Pronoun verb article adjective ableist slur!
  10. Historians recently discovered a lost set of unheard remarks from Hamlet made up only of bad jokes and improper adjectives. Well all puns aside.

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Adjective One Liners

Which adjective one liners are funny enough to crack down and make fun with adjective? I can suggest the ones about plural and verb.

  1. The adjective for metal is metallic, but not so for iron, which is ironic.
  2. I volunteered to help blind children today! That's a verb not an adjective btw.
  3. I help blind kids Verb, not adjective
  4. In my spare time I help blind children. I mean the verb, not the adjective.
  5. After work, I volunteer to help blind children By the way: Verb, not adjective
  6. I like to help blind children. The verb, not the adjective.
  7. I love helping blind children The verb not the adjective
  8. I help blind people Verb, not adjective
  9. I volunteered to help blind kids today. That's a verb not an adjective, by the way.
  10. What's the best adjective to describe camping? Intense.
  11. I caught up with my old English teacher. "What's new?" he asked.
    I said, "An adjective."
  12. You know what's funny? An adjective.
  13. What adjective do you use to describe an asian kid's party? AP Lit
  14. What's green and slippery? Two adjectives.
  15. "The Participial Adjective Part of English Grammar" HM

Adjective joke, "The Participial Adjective Part of English Grammar" HM

Howlingly Hilarious Adjective Jokes for All Ages to Enjoy

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

Fascinate

Teacher: Can anyone use the word "fascinate" in a sentence?
Billy: I was fascinated by the sunrise.
Teacher: Good, but "fascinated" is past tense. Can anyone else try?
Suzie: It was fascinating to see the flowers grow.
Teacher: Good, Suzie, but you added an "ing" at the end of the word and made it an adjective. I just want to hear the verb "fascinate".
Ernie: Yo mama got a blouse with 12 b**... on it...but she so fat, she can only fascinate!

Adjective joke, What's the best adjective to describe camping?