The Best 47 Verb Jokes

Following is our collection of funny Verb jokes. There are some verb docx jokes no one knows (to tell your friends) and to make you laugh out loud.

Take your time to read those puns and riddles where you ask a question with answers, or where the setup is the punchline. We hope you will find these verb dictate puns funny enough to tell and make people laugh.

Top 10 of the Funniest Verb Jokes and Puns

I help blind kids

Verb, not adjective

Be verbs.

The teacher asked the class to stand one by one and compose a simple sentence using appropriate be verbs.

"She is beautiful", said Kate.

"My dogs are fat", shouted Mark.

"I is...", stuttered Joe when the teacher interrupted.

"You always say 'I am'. Never say 'I is'", said she.

As fast as he could, Joe uttered,

"I am the ninth letter of the alphabet."

A subject and verb walk into a bar...

They have a disagreement.
They walks out.

Verb joke, A subject and verb walk into a bar...

A verb tried to pick up a noun at the club...

He wanted to conjugate, but she had to decline.

Probably all for the best. She was right up against her period.

Q: In latin, when pairing foods with the verb **edo** (I eat), what case should you use?

A: The om-nom-nominative.

Why does a German always have the last laugh?

He has to wait for the verb.


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 buttons on it...but she so fat, she can only fascinate!

Verb joke, Fascinate

What are some really stupid jokes?

One I know is this:

Spanish teacher: Kids, what is the ellos/ellas form of the verb sacar?

Students: Sacan?

Spanish teacher: SACAN DEEZ NUTS!!!!!!!!!!!

The word "Jack" in the phrase "Jack In The Box" is open for interpretation.

It can be understood as a noun or a verb. If it's the latter, I don't want to eat there anymore.

What one noun, verb, and US President sums up a scientist's hopes and fears?


First they came for the verbs...

First they came for the verbs, and I said nothing because verbing weirds language. Then they arrival for the nouns, and I speech nothing because I no verbs.

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What is the French verb that means "To declare war"?



Without them we wouldn't get a lot done.

In my spare time I help blind children.

I mean the verb, not the adjective.

Teacher to Student...?

Conjugate the verb "to walk" in simple present.
The student: I walk. You walk ....
The teacher intruptes him: Quicker please.
The student: I run. You run ...


Dad: We're going camped tomorrow, and I think we'll go extra deep into the woods.

Son: That sounds really fun, but wouldn't the proper statement be 'we're going camping.'

Dad: Normally, yes, but the verb changes because I'm sure we'll be going past tents.

Verb joke, Camped

Verbal skills study

"A study in the Washington Post says that women have better verbal skills than men. I just want to say to the authors of that study: Duh." --Conan O'Brien

I like to help blind people.

The verb, not the noun.

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?

Did you know there's a language that forms commands by adding an L to the verb?

Linguists call it the More-L Imperative.

After work, I volunteer to help blind children

By the way: Verb, not adjective

A verb, a preposition, an article, and a noun

Walk into a bar

Rob Gronkowski is a noun

And a verb

Teacher: "Nick, what is the past participle of the verb to ring?"

Nick: "What do you think it is, Sir?"
Teacher: "I don't think, I KNOW!"
Nick: "I don't think I know either, Sir!"

What English word can be both a noun and verb at the same time?


I like to help blind children.

The verb, not the adjective.

Subscribe (Verb) - to obtain or have a subscription to a publication, concert series, service, etc.

Subscribe (Noun) - a very obedient writer

One day, in Ancient Rome

A senator was late to the Senate, when Cicero was giving a speech. He got there fifteen minutes after the start.

He slipped into his usual seat and whispered to the senator next to him: "What Cicero is talking about?"

His neighbor said: "I don't know, he hasn't got to the verb yet!"

Article adjective noun verb preposition proper noun...

Pronoun verb article adjective ableist slur!

a Proverb

"floccinaucinihilipilification" is a proverb.

"Go" is an amateur verb.

The verb is my favorite part of a sentence...

That's where the action' s at

Why are verbs afraid of talking about people?

Because they're followed by the subject.

I love helping blind children

The verb not the adjective

In my spare time I like to help blind children

As in the verb to blind

how do you call lettuce with a verb?

no idea man.. just lettuceknow when you get it.

Did you know that a new verb has been added into the Oxford Dictionary? The definition is: To prank somebody in a infantile way.

Nah I'm just kidding

I help blind people

Verb, not adjective

Miss Reed asks Little Rickie: If I say I love chocolate, what's the verb little Rickie? ...

-.. the verb is love, Miss ..

- Very Good . Now if I say : Jon arrived , what is the object , little Tim ? ..

The object is arrived, Miss ...

Well done, little Tim. Now if I say :Jane moans from pleasure , what's the subject little Johnny? ...

- The subject is doing her, Miss

Alpha Kenny body joke

Say β€œAlpha Kenny body” ten times slowly !

I volunteered to help blind kids from ages 1 to 14

Oh and blind was a verb

I volunteered to help blind children today!

That's a verb not an adjective btw.

Trump is a contronym

The verb "to trump" means to be better than
And the noun "trump" means an awful president

I volunteered to help blind kids today.

That's a verb not an adjective, by the way.

Today my son told me he wanted to go help blind people after school...

The verb, not the adjective.

A verb walks up to a noun in a bar

-- Hey, babe, wanna go back to my place and conjugate?

-- I decline

Can you explain the difference between a noun and a verb?

"Hump" is a noun meaning "something on the back of a camel"... unless that thing is another camel, in which case, it's a verb.

You're welcome.

An English Class

Sentence: I live in Czechia.

"What is the verb in this sentence?"

"Umm... live?"

"Great, now how do we say this sentence in past tense?"

"Umm... I live in Czechoslovakia?"

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We suggest to use only working verb preposition piadas for adults and blagues for friends. Some of the dirty witze and dark jokes are funny, but use them with caution in real life. Try to remember funny jokes you've never heard to tell your friends and will make you laugh.

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