12 days of Christmas Jokes

12 Days of Christmas Jokes: A Festive Compilation for Jolly Days

If December's all about love, laughter, and a little bit of reindeer mishap, isn't it just grand that we get not one, but twelve days of Christmas? That's right folks! Get ready for 12 days of Christmas jokes that'll have you hootin', hollerin', and possibly spittin' out your eggnog. It's a genuine Christmas miracle. These aren't just any jokes, these are Christmas jokes, earmarked for each day of Christmas from the first to the twelfth day. 

12 Days of Christmas Jokes 2023

12 days of Christmas Jokes day 1

On the first day of Christmas

What's the Grinch's least favorite band?

The Who!

12 days of Christmas Jokes day 2

On the second day of Christmas

What's Santa's favorite snack?

Crisp Pringles.

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On the third day of Christmas

Buying presents this year is a bit of a tree-for-all.

12 days of Christmas Jokes day 4

On the fourth day of Christmas

Why is Santa afraid of getting stuck in a chimney?

He has Claus-trophobia.

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On the Fifth day of Christmas

How much did Santa pay for his sleigh? Nothing.

It was on the house.

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On the sixth day of Christmas

What goes “Oh Oh Oh”?

Santa walking backwards.

12 days of Christmas Jokes day 7

On the seventh day of Christmas

What did the gingerbread man put under his blankets?

A cookie sheet.

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On the Eighth day of Christmas

How does Rudolph know when Christmas is coming?

He refers to his calen-deer.

12 days of Christmas Jokes day 9

On the Ninth day of Christmas

Why wouldn’t the Christmas tree stand up?

It had no legs.

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On the Tenth day of Christmas

Do snow globes ever get scared?

No, just shaken.

12 days of Christmas Jokes day 11

On the Eleventh day of Christmas

Where does Santa store his suit?

In his Claus-et.

12 days of Christmas Jokes day 12

On the Twelfth day of Christmas

What did one angel say to the other?

Halo there!

 

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12 Days of Love and Laughter with Christmas Jokes

Take a gander into our festive compilation for jolly days, a humor-infused advent calendar of the 12 days of Christmas. Every day, a belly laugh is guaranteed, or your ho-hos are on us. Imagine, folks. It's the first day of Christmas, and what do you find under the tree? Something funny, hopefully. And if it isn't a Christmas cracker joke, well, we all know that's a Christmas no-go. Gnome Christmas Jokes

Dearest Christmas enthusiasts, let's set the mood, shall we? The reindeer are on the roof, John's prepared the mince pies, and mom's got the mistletoe hanging. Now, all we're missing are some good, good Christmas laughs. Get ready to enjoy these festive butt-slappers from the first day of Christmas to the twelfth day of Christmas, one for each day. 

The beauty of these 12 days of Christmas jokes is that they're far less commitment than the five golden rings and four calling birds jingle-jangle thrown at you. Reckon, just a good laugh every day 'til the big day. So, bring out the tinsel and pour some more eggnog; we're blasting off on a one-horse open sleigh ride into the world of Christmas hilarity.

To all our dearest listeners, let's all remember the essence of this funny season - to spread love, joy, and a good laugh. These aren't just any 12 days of the year; these are the twelve days of Christmas. These are the days where we fry the turkey, pop the champagne, and chuckle at the same old Christmas cracker jokes we’ve heard since we were knee-high to a grasshopper.

So here's to twelve days of love, laughter, and let's be honest - a whole lot of Christmas. So rack up your reindeer, get that ugly sweater on, fill your mug with hot cocoa, and join us in celebrating our most favorite time of the year, peppered with extra Christmas cheer, love, laughter, and of course, good humor.

Get your fat pants ready, and your belly prepared for a jiggle, as we dive head-first into this wonderful compilation of Christmas jokes. It might just be the most laugh-filled December you've ever encountered, wrapping up the year on a lighter note, full of love, laughter, Christmas, holiday spirit and a healthy dose of festive funny.


A Few more jokes with the help of Santa - Reddit and a Christmas tree 


At this point in December, we've spent enough time gathered 'round the Christmas tree that we've exhausted all the classic jokes from my 12 Days of Jokes. So, it's time for Santa to step in and help us out. See, old Saint Nick isn't just great at delivering presents, he's also got a knack for rapping out some top-notch, knee-slapping Christmas cracker pins. He, the postman, and the cows came together (it's a strange combination, I know, but just bear with me) for a session view on storage details for delivering new jokes, just in time for a jolly good laugh.

One of today's favorites came about when Santa asked the postman, 'Why don’t you ever see birds led by a male reindeer?' The postman, in his jolly best, replied, 'Because that’ll make it Rain, dear!' Ho ho ho, get it? That's some legitimate interest in humor right there! Santa’s response was a hearty belly laugh, evoking a certain warmth in the cold December air.

In the middle of this laugh fest, the cows from Cash Avenue chimed in, 'What do Christmas trees and bad knitters have in common?' Before anyone could breathe a reply, the nearest cow said, 'They both drop their needles!' That joke cracked everybody up, including the maids who were watching the session view from the window. 'Storage view indeed!' Santa chuckled, his cheeks a jolly shade of red as he clinked his glass with the cows and the postman.

Not wanting to miss out on the fun, the kids joined in too with jokes they'd posted on Reddit. They asked Santa, 'Why does Miss Agnes always bring a ladder to church on Christmas Eve?' When Santa raised his eyebrows for the punch line, the kids exclaimed, 'Because she heard that heaven is supposed to draw nearer during Christmas!' Santa bellowed out a laugh so big that the Christmas tree seemed to shake with mirth too.

One of the kids then asked, 'Why did the Christmas tree go to the barber?' When no one could guess why, they burst out, 'Because it was pining for a trim!' This enlisted another ho ho ho from Santa, who vowed to store this in his Christmas cracker joke collection. The kids were thrilled at having drawn out such a reaction from Santa, while also managing to share them with their favorite Miss Agnes. Their happiness was clear, and it served to make the late December evening even more magical.

The session view drew to a close as Santa, still chuckling from the latest barrage of jokes, returned to his duty of preparing gifts for the big night. But before he left, he reminded everyone that joke-telling is to Christmas what milk and cookies are to him - absolutely essential. He promised to return next December for more rip-roaring fun, and departed with a clatter, leaving behind memories of a warm, laughter-filled session that would last until the calendar's duration resets, the December snow melts, and Christmas rolls around again.

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Written by: Victoria

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