After a rather glorious July, August seems to have arrived with a reminder of what summer showers in the UK can be like, and so, as my journey home yesterday was punctuated with heavy rain, it seemed that Rain Jokes was a good a topic for this week’s puns and one liners as ever. Rather than getting annoyed at the unseasonal weather, let’s just have a laugh about it. Of course, the jokes come with no guarantee of either funniness or originality….
Seemed to be raining coins last night. I suspect that’s what they mean by some change in the weather.
Never mind cats and dogs, it was raining chickens and ducks yesterday. Fowl weather.
Why do cows lie down in the rain? To keep each udder dry.
As raindrops say, two’s company, three’s a cloud.
I’m saving for a rainy day. So far, I have an anorak, a couple of macs, and a dinghy.
What do you call a man wearing two raincoats? Max
What do you call a man wearing two raincoats standing in a cemetery? Max Bygraves.
You never see owls being amorous in the rain. It’s too wet to woo.
The weather forecast says it won’t rain for three months, but I drought it.
A friend of mine did his pilot’s exam just after a storm, and flew through a rainbow. He passed with flying colours.
Where’s the best place to store your rain? In a cloud bank.
Last week’s Scarecrow jokes are here.
There is an index of such jokes here.