Funny Daylight Savings Jokes And Puns for Time Change

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Jessica Amlee


Daylight savings time is a time of year when we either lose or gain an hour of sleep, and it’s often the subject of many jokes and humorous quips. From the frustration of waking up an hour early to the joy of having an extra hour of daylight in the evening, there are endless ways to make light of the bi-annual clock change. Knock-knock jokes, puns, and witty one-liners abound, and they’re a great way to lighten the mood during what can be a difficult time for some.

Whether you’re a fan of daylight savings or not, there’s no denying that the jokes it inspires can bring a smile to anyone’s face. So next time you’re feeling groggy after the clock change, take a break and enjoy a few laughs with some daylight savings jokes.

Best Daylight Savings Jokes

What’s old, annoying, and only fcuks you twice a year?
Daylight savings time.

Do you know that most modern clocks these days auto-update when daylight savings begins/ends?
So this morning Ross was walking around his house thinking, “Wow…times have changed.”

Boss: You’re an hour late!
The guy who is about to invent daylight savings time: Haven’t you heard?

Knock, knock.
(Who’s there?)
(Alpaca who?)
Alpaca my bags an hour early for daylight savings!

Did you hear that people hate daylight saving time so much?
That they lost sleep over it last night.

Which bank does the sun go to?
Daylight Savings.

Mom was talking about daylight savings and said, “You know we’re losing an hour tonight.”
Dad responds with, “If you were more careful with your stuff we wouldn’t be losing it all the time.”

What does Bob Dylan say during daylight savings time?
The Times They Are a-Changin’.

Do you know why most don’t mind going back to daylight saving time?
With inflation, the hour will be the only thing they’ve saved all year.

What is the most important part of a Daylight Saving Time bill?
The sunset provision.

On the morning that Daylight Savings Time ended, Dave stopped in to visit his aging friend.
He was busy covering his penis with black shoe polish.
Dave said to him, “You better get your hearing checked – You’re supposed to turn your clock back.”

Jamie and his girlfriend began making love at 1:58 AM this morning and didn’t stop until 3:01 AM.
Thanks daylight savings!

Did you know that Germans were the first to adopt daylight savings time?
It’s definitely the second worst thing they’ve ever done.

Did you hear about the guy who refused to turn his clock back for daylight savings?
He’s living in the past.

Knock, knock.
(Who’s there?)
(Olive who?)
Olive for the extra hour of sunlight we get during daylight savings!

What is daylight savings like?
It is like cutting a foot off the top of a blanket and sewing it onto the bottom to make it longer.

What did the wall clock do after it was adjusted for Daylight Saving?
It hung around.

What does daylight-saving time mean in Portland?
An extra hour of rain.

What caused the clock to be rushed to the hospital?
He fell back for an hour.

What time is it when you read jokes about Daylight Saving Time?
Time to laugh!

Why couldn’t the clock set itself back for DST?
It needed a hand.

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What kind of clock is the hardest to change for Daylight Saving Time?
A sundial.

When is a lion like a clock?
When they both Spring Forward.

What is the ideal pet to have during daylight savings time?
A watch dog.

Do you have a funny Daylight Savings joke? Post your own Daylight Savings puns in the comment section below!

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.

2 thoughts on “Funny Daylight Savings Jokes And Puns for Time Change”

  1. If you think daylight savings is confusing, imagine how the clocks feel. They’re always ticking, but they never get to spring forward or fall back.


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