Preposition Jokes

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

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Best Short Preposition Jokes

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

  1. I swear I just troll-dadded this on the spot when my daughter asked... "Dad, what's a preposition?"

    "A preposition is a word that you never, ever end a sentence with."
  2. Kid in park (crying): "I don't know where my mom's gone to!" Me: "Oh no, that's terrible!"
    Wife: :Talk to him."
    Me: (kneeling) "Hey, kid, don't end a sentence with a preposition."
  3. A guy in a bar A guy in a bar turned to the woman next to him and says, "above, off, on, out, over, in, from, for."
    The woman turns to him and asks, "are you trying to preposition me?"
  4. My English teacher constantly makes fun of me because I confuse my prepositions. He's always rubbing it out.
  5. My friend kept nagging me to donate one of my prepositions to charity. Eventually, I gave in.
  6. My English teacher said I can't end a sentence with a preposition... I don't think she knows who she's dealing with.
  7. If my inlaws break a bylaw, does it make them outlaws? Would any lawyer be in a preposition to answer this one for me?
  8. Grammar joke I told my girlfriend "sweetie, I want you beside me, in front of me,behind me, on top of me, under me, and to the left and right of me" she said "Honey, are you prepositioning me?"
  9. Never end a sentence with a preposition For example: The boy had no one to play a preposition.
    Wait… I think I gave two examples above.
  10. Is it only me or? is there any other pronoun used by a speaker to refer to himself or herself as the object of a verb or preposition?
Preposition joke, Is it only me or?

Make fun with this list of one liners, jokes and riddles. Each joke is crafted with thought and creativity, delivering punchlines that are unexpected and witty. The humor about preposition can easily lighten the mood and bring smiles to people's faces. This compilation of preposition puns is not just entertaining but also a testament to the art of joke-telling. The jokes in this list are designed to display different humor styles, ensuring that every reader at any age finds something entertaining. Constantly updated, they offer a source of fun that ensures one is always smiling !

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Preposition One Liners

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

  1. A verb, a preposition, an article, and a noun Walk into a bar
  2. I hate it when people use the wrong preposition on a sentence
  3. 68 is a preposition.
  4. A teacher once asked me to give him a sentence with two prepositions. I said 'Who, me?'
  5. 68 is a preposition .
  6. Words (short and lame) Prepositions are words to not end sentences with.

Preposition joke, Words (short and lame)

Giggle-Inducing Preposition Jokes for Joyful Times with Friends

What funny jokes about preposition you can tell and make people laugh? One example I can give are clean word problem jokes that will for sure put a smile on everyones mouth and help make preposition prank.

A visitor to Harvard asks a professor...

A visitor to Harvard asks a professor, "Excuse me, but would you be good enough to tell me where the Harvard Library is at?"
"Sir," came the sneering reply, "at Harvard we do not end a sentence with a preposition."
"Well, in that case, forgive me," said the visitor. "Permit me to rephrase my question. Would you be good enough to tell me where the Harvard Library is at, j**...?"

A Texan says to a Harvard student...

Texan: where are ya from?
Harvard Student: well, where *i'm* from, we don't end sentences with prepositions.
Texan: oh, alright. where are ya from, j**...?

An Oxford Graduate walks into a bar

Some Texans are mingling at the bar when an Oxford graduate walks in. Howdy, stranger, one Texan says. Where are you from?
The Oxford graduate answers, I come from a place where we do not end our sentences in prepositions.
Oh, I'm sorry, replies the Texan. Where are you from, j**...?

An Englishman comes to Harvard.

Unable to find out the way to the library, he approaches an undergrad. The subsequent conversation is as follows-
Englishman: Excuse me. Could you kindly enlighten me where the library is at?
Undergrad: It's Harvard. People don't end sentences with a preposition here.
Englishman: Oh, I see. Could you kindly enlighten me where the library is at, a**...?

A Texan arrived for his first day at Harvard University ...

A Texan arrived for his first day at Harvard University and found himself lost in the yard. He stopped a professor who was walking by and said to him, "Howdy Pardner, could y'all tell me where that there library is at?"
The professor couldn't believe his ears. "What did you say?" he said.
The Texan again said, "Howdy pardner, could y'all tell me where that there library is at?"
The professor became indignant, "You can't talk like that at Harvard University. I mean, you've ended your sentence with a preposition. Try to do better!"
The Texan shuffled for a second and said, "Well pardner, could y'all tell me where that there library is at...a**...!"

Joanna joined work..

.. and was assigned a workstation next to Michaela.
Michaela smiled at her and asked her, 'Where are you from?'
Joanna furrowed her brows and replied curtly, 'Where I am from, we don't end questions with prepositions.'
Michaela answered coolly, 'Oh, I'm sorry. Where are you from, b**...?'

A Texan visits Harvard ...

He meets a student and asks, "Say there, do you know where the bathroom's at?" The student replies, "Sir, here at Harvard we speak properly, and certainly don't end our sentences with prepositions."
Texan replies, "OK, where's the bathroom at, a**...?"

A Southern lady sits down next to a Yankee businesswoman on a plane. Trying to be friendly, the Southerner asks, "So, where ya'all from?"

The Yankee sniffs in disdain and replies, "Where I'm from, we don't end our sentences in prepositions!"
The lady, a little shocked by the rudeness says, "Aight, where ya'all from, b**...?"

A Texan meets a Havard grad. Curious, he asks:

Texan: Where are you from?
Harvard grad: I come from a place where we do not end our sentences with prepositions.
Texan: Okay – where are you from, j**...?

Where y'all from?

Two freshmen girls are moving into their dorm room together.
One of them's from Georgia, one of them's from Connecticut.
The girl from Connecticut's helping her mother put up curtains.
Girl from Georgia turns to them and says, "Hi. Where y'all from?"
Girl from Connecticut says, "We're from a place where we know not to end a sentence with a preposition."
The girl from Georgia says, "Oh, beg my pardon. Where y'all from...c**...?"

5 Tips To Improve Your Writing

1. Contractions aren't necessary.
2. Do not overuse exclamation points!!!!!!
3. Don't be redundant, because it can be boring to read the same things over and over again, just restated.
4. Do not appear condescending to your readers. "Condescending" means to look down upon someone.
5. Do not leave hanging prepositions around.

A Southern Belle and s**... New York socialite meet at a swanky party.

The southern belle says, How nice to meet you! Where are y'all from?
The snob sniffs and says, I am from a place where we do not end our sentences with a preposition.
So the belle says, Oh, I'm so sorry. Where are y'all from, *b**...*?

Two girls are setting up their new dorm room together.

One is from Georgia and the other is from Connecticut. The one from Connecticut has her mom there helping her put up some blinds. The one from Georgia asks, "Hey! Where y'all from?" The other girl replies, "We're from a place where we know not to end our sentences with prepositions." So the girl from Georgia says,
"Oh, I'm sorry. Where y'all from...c**...?"

Preposition joke, I hate it when people use the wrong preposition on a sentence

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