25 Funny D-Day Jokes to Remember the Normandy Invasion

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Jessica Amlee

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Picture a historic expedition to a momentous epoch, a journey to the heart of D-Day, but with a humorous twist! As we inch closer to the 79th anniversary of this watershed event, let’s view it through the lens of humor. From funny jokes on the enigmatic “D” to playful puns, brace yourself for a unique blend of edutainment. Gear up for an exploration where laughter meets learning in an extraordinary dance of wit and wisdom!

Envision an intricate military operation so confidential that even the date was cloaked in secrecy. Welcome to D-Day! Originally slated for June 5, 1944, this daring endeavor was delayed by a day owing to the whims of the weather. Fast forward to June 6, and the stage was ready for the most massive amphibious invasion ever recorded in history. As we commemorate this historic occasion, let’s embark on a fun-filled journey and delve into the realm of hilarious D-Day jokes. After all, what better homage to the gallant soldiers and their monumental feats than a hearty chuckle?!

Best D-Day Jokes

When is D-Day?
Every day when you are stuttering.

What did the Germans say at D-Day?
“I did not-see that coming.”

How did the Allies have time to prepare for D-Day?
Because Russia was Stalin.

What’s worse than being German on D-Day?
Being single on V-Day.

Did you know Little Johnny stormed the beaches of Normandy?
Until the lifeguard told him that running wasn’t allowed.

What’s so great about Omaha Beach?
It’s the only beach that starts with a sigh and ends with a laugh.

It must have been terrifying being a soldier storming the beaches of Normandy.
But it must have been even more terrifying being a crab or seagull.

A very elderly British gentleman arrived in Paris by plane.
At the French immigration desk, he took a few minutes to locate his passport in his carry-on bag.
“You have been to France before, Monsieur?” the immigration officer asked, sarcastically.
The elderly gentleman admitted he had been to France previously.
“Then you should know well enough to have your passport ready.”
The British gentleman said, “The last time I was here, I didn’t have to show it.”
“Impossible. The British always have to show their passports on arrival in France!”
The elderly gentleman gave the French immigration officer a long, hard look. Then he quietly explained, “Well, the last time I was here, I came ashore on a beach on D-Day in June 1944, and I couldn’t find any f*cking Frenchman to show it to.”

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What’s the difference between an American school bus and a D-Day Landing Craft?
They wait for you to leave the school bus before opening fire.

What do you call a herd of cows flying to Omaha?
Steaks on a plane.

A young marine hits the beach on D-Day, June 6, 1944. In the chaos of storming the beach, he drops his rifle. Panicking, he runs to his Sergent and tells him what happened. The Sergent hands him a piece of driftwood and says, “Now anytime you see a Kraut, just point this stick to him and should ‘bangity bang bang!” Our intrepid marine is doubtful, but he follows orders, and the next time he sees a German he points the stick at him and shouts, “bangity bang bang!”
To the marine’s shock, the German falls over dead. The marine pushes further up the beach and sees another German. Bangity bang bang! Again, he falls over dead. The marine pushes forward onto the farmland behind the beach and kills a few more Germans in this fashion. He spots a particularly portly German approaching from over a hill, “bangity bang bang!” The German keeps on running at him. “Bangity bang bang! Bangity bang bang!!!”
To the marine’s dismay, the German keeps running, undeterred. As he gets closer, the marine can hear the German saying, “tankity tank tank.”

Do you know that today is D-Day?
Which means somewhere, an Gen Z wonders, “Disney Day?”

What is the scariest thing about Omaha Beach?
The tide.

There was an English teacher teaching in Germany.
On the first day, he taught them all the words beginning with A. On the second day, he taught them all the words beginning with B. After the third day, which was words with C, he thought to himself, “I wonder how they’re going to handle ‘D-day.’”

What do you call colorant from Normandy?

Why couldn’t the man watch D-Day Commemorations?
He said, “But Eisenhower late.”

An old couple enters a cafe in Normandy, overlooking the beach.
The couple are clearly tourists, and when the couple sits down at a table the waitress noticed that the old man is missing a part of his leg. Curious, the waitress approaches them and decides to ask why.
After asking the question the old woman answers, stating that her husband fought in the war and lost his leg and most of his hearing on the beach not far from here during the landing at Normandy.
Upon hearing this the waitress rushes to the kitchen without taking their order only to show up again moments later with a laden service tray and starts to put sandwiches, pancakes, cakes as well as 2 cups of coffee on the table. Confused the elderly lady tells the waitress that they didn’t order this and don’t have enough money with them to pay for all of this.
“Don’t worry miss, I spoke with my boss, and since your husband lost his leg while fighting in the war all of this is free.”
The woman smiles in gratitude and leans towards her husband to repeat what the waitress just said directly into his ear after which he starts smiling as well, shakes the waitress her hand in gratitude, and says, “Vielen dank, das ist sehr nett von dir!”

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Where did Eisenhower put his armies?
In his sleevies.

Why were the wives of World War 2 soldiers happy to see them?
Because the wives wanted to have their own D-day.

Where’s the best place to find a man with no arms and no legs?
Omaha Beach.

A group of old men were sitting at the local VFW, downing beers and trading war stories.
They were joined by another old man, who was new to their club, so they took their turns trying to prove who was the toughest.
First, the Navy guy stood up, “I was on the USS Indianapolis when it got torpedoed, and we had to fend off shark attacks for weeks until they found us. I think that makes me the toughest.”
The Marine shook his head and said, “I went ashore at Saipan, Guadalcanal, Iwo Jima, and the Philippines. I got 5 purple hearts and single-handedly fought off a banzai charge at Henderson field. I’m the toughest.”
A small guy stood up, and puffed out his chest, “Oh yeah? I was a ball gunner in a B-17. I had to sit in a tiny turret freezing my a** off. I shot down a bunch of them Nazis, but we took a bit of flak to the wing, and we had to bail out. I end up in France, where I join up with the resistance, and kill a Nazi with my bare hands while making my escape across the Pyrenees Mountains, where I had to cross them in the middle of the winter while carrying an injured bomber pilot, and getting shot at by Nazis. I’m the damned toughest!”
At last, they all turned to the new guy, who just sat there, holding his beer, having listened to their stories. He slowly smiled and simply said, “I was killed at Normandy.”

Why were the acres at Normandy Beach bigger than other acres?
Because it was a mass acre.

What do you call a battle of Normandy?
A boat clutch.

It’s time to infuse some humor into history with your own D-Day jokes! While it’s crucial to respect the historical significance and gravity of such events, humor can be a way to engage with history differently. We’re excited to see how you can find comedy in the unexpected. Bring on the historical wit!

Jessica Amlee, born in 1996 in Laughlin, Nevada, is a delightful humorist and joke writer with a penchant for puns. She studied at Emerson College, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Comedy. Jessica's comedic style combines snappy one-liners and observational humor, making her a rising star in the world of comedy.

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