It’s autumn – or fall, to use the old English word – and as leaves are falling from the trees and giving us a wonderfully colourful autumnal carpet, what better topic for this week’s puns and one liners than Leaf Jokes. As normal, they come with no guarantee of hilarity or originality.
I used to make loads of money clearing leaves from lawns. I was raking it in.
“I’m worried that these plants are made of plastic”
“Ah good. That’s a real leaf”
The best time to stop eating pancakes is when maple leaves.
How does an Elephant get down from a tree? Sit sits on a leaf and waits till autumn.
What do you call the pile of foliage that appears on forest floors in autumn? The great barrier leaf.
Someone handed me an information sheet etched on something that had fallen off a tree. I think it was a leaflet.
Surprised to see a tree in autumn walk away from his forest. He was absent without leaves.
There’s a leaf bank on a tree near me. If it’s successful they may open another branch.
What’s green, has leaves and a trunk? A plant going on holiday.
Leaves are normally good at dangerous activities. They often go out on a limb.
I saw a leaf that was in the shape of a chicken. Apparently it’s from a poultree.
Last week’s polo jokes are here.
If you like these leaf jokes, have a look here for an alphabetical list of joke topics.