Chicken Puns – Talking About the Best

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When we talk about making puns, it really is a contest of who makes the worst one. In fact, you might be surprised that there are bad joke contests held around the globe where people simply make the poorest puns. They are so bad that they make you laugh.

At the end of the day, that’s what chicken puns are all about. It’s about finding comedy in the most mundane and useless things. In this article, we will talk about many puns made about chicken, but we will also throw in a few more for a good laugh!

1. “What do you get when you cross a chicken with a four-leaf clover? The Cluck o’ the Irish!”

This one is quite funny, especially if you are from Ireland and you know what it is referring to. However, for most people who are unaware of the knowledge behind this, it’s important to make them understand. First of all, the four-leaf clover is the national plant of Ireland and it represents the country.

You can see it on many products that are made in Ireland, and it’s heavily featured throughout the country. If you ever take a trip to Ireland, you will see what I am talking about. Then, you have the luck of the Irish. A popular phrase that was made even more popular by John Lennon, when he sang the song of the same name.

“The Luck of the Irish” was a global hit and further cemented Lennon’s image as one of the most prominent and popular singers and songwriters of his time. If you have the right audience in front of you, this one could have people laughing!

3. “What’s a hen’s favorite type of movie? A chick flick.”

Get it? A chick flick is basically a movie that focuses on romances and has deep subplots that talk about romance from a woman’s point of view. It is fast becoming an obsolete term because of its pronounced gender connotations. However, it is still probably going to invoke a good laugh when used in the right audience.

A chick is basically a baby hen, and it is also used in a derogatory way to refer to a “woman.” As is important, you might want to gauge your audience before you decide to throw this one, as it may not just invoke a few groans, but other people may consider you awkward. If you are in a gathering of rednecks, this one is a surefire hit!

Fun addition: This article isn’t just about puns about chicken. Here’s one of the many fun chess puns too: “not to brag, but I defeated our local chess champion in under five moves. Finally, my karate lessons came to use!”

4. “What do you get when you cross a chicken with a bell? An alarm cluck!”

Chickens cluck, it’s a common thing. But, what if you cross one with a bell, a common feature found on most alarm clocks. Well of course, an alarm cluck! It may sound funny, but you should know that most people won’t get it. Only those who have done a bit of reading or grew up on a farm might be able to get a big kick out of this one. Otherwise, you are looking at people just shaking their heads.

5. “Which chicken is at the top of the pecking order? Attila the Hen.”

Attila the Hun was one of the most ruthless conquerors of his time. So, what happens when you want to create a pun on the Hun? You just replace it with a hen! For people who have done a bit of history reading and know about Attila the Hun, this is definitely going to bring out a laugh!

It’s just funny when you create an image of a hen holding a spear and a shield in one hand, with a woolen hat to match!

Fun addition: Here’s one of the many cloud puns instead of the usual ones to get your mind off of things: “I connected my phone to the cloud. Now I get mist calls!” Haha!

6. “What do you call a chicken that crosses the road? Poultry in motion.”

You have to laugh on this one. Poultry is basically chicken, and “poetry in motion” is a common term that just depicts the beauty of an act. For instance, a football goal that is scored with extreme precision and lots of passes can be described as “poetry in motion.”

So, what do you call a chicken that decides to cross the road? Well, poultry in motion! It’s a common joke because the question used in this pun has been asked time and time again, and every person is definitely going to have a different answer to this! When you throw in the pun, it just becomes a lot funnier.

Fun addition: This isn’t all. Here’s some of the many fun dance puns to get you laughing: “What do ghosts dance to? Well, soul music, of course!”

7. “Why do chickens lay eggs? Well, because if they dropped them, they would break!”

This one is funnier the more you read it. The first question comes off as quite serious. It’s a legitimate question when you think about it, but the answer just makes things so much funnier. It’s absolute logic used in a simple way to answer a basic question. It’s also a pun on the fact that chicken eggs are incredibly fragile, and if you drop one, it’s just going to splatter.

As you can see, there’s no shortage of puns about chickens and eggs. If you are looking for a few more that you can use, you can easily find them. In fact, why not get down to writing your own puns and flex your creative muscles a bit?