Puns are jokes exploiting the different possible meanings of a word. Bone puns always tickle my funny bone. Laughter is good for the body and the soul. It releases stress. It gives the circulatory system and the respiratory system a boost. If you’re excited to bone up on your skeleton puns, or just bored out of your skull, point your eye sockets at these examples.
To someone you think is stretching the truth: “Is that a little fib-ula?”
To someone studying hard: “Time to bone up for the big exam?”
When you are getting ready to eat: “Bone Appetit!”
When you feel like acting crazy: “Bone to be wild!”
When you do something nice for someone: “That’s a bone-us.”
When someone irritates you: “I have a bone to pick with you.”
When you don’t want to do something: “I’m bone tired!”
When you don’t feel well: “I think I have femur.”
When you want company: “I’m feeling bonely.”
When you have a hunch about something: “I feel it in my bones.”
When someone laughs: “Did I tickle your funny bone?”
When deciding what’s for dinner: “How about spare ribs?”
When you almost had an accident: “That was a marrow escape!”
When you catch someone watching you: “Are you spine on me?”
When you don’t want to do something: “I’m dead tired!”
Q. Why wouldn’t the little skeleton stand up to the bully? A. He didn’t have the guts for it!
Q. Why did the little skeleton pretend to be sick? A. He didn’t want to go to skull!
Q. Why did the little skeleton get so cold? A. Because the wind went right through him!
Q. What did the little skeleton play in band? A. The trombone!
Q. Why didn’t the little skeleton go to the party? A. He had no body to go with.
Q. Where do skeletons take their cars? A. To the body shop.
Q. Why do skeletons like to use the doorbell? A. Because they are dead ringers.
Q. Why isn’t there music at skeleton church? A. Because they have no organs.
Q. Why can’t skeletons work in the mines? A. Because they only go six feet under.
Q. How do skeletons celebrate special occasions? A. They eat, drink, and be scary.
Q. What’s a skeleton’s coolest body part? A. The hip.
Q. Why was the job not getting done? A. They were working with a skeleton crew.
Q. What is a skeleton’s favorite treat? A. Bone-bones.
Q. Why was the skeleton so calm? A. Nothing got under his skin.
Q. What was the skeleton’s favorite line from Shakespeare? A. Tibia or not tibia.