Are you tired of writing the same old boring lunchbox notes for your child every day?
Do you want to add a little fun and humor to their lunchtime routine?
Look no further!
I have scoured the internet to find nearly 100 funny sandwich jokes that are guaranteed to turn your child's lunchbox notes from dull to hilarious.
Not only that, but I have also put together a FREE PRINTABLE with cute sandwich pics so you can just print, cut and pop your funny note straight into their lunchbox.
Let's get started and make lunchtime a little more exciting!
Why sandwich puns are perfect for lunchbox notes
Funny sandwich puns are the perfect addition to any lunchbox, and there are a few reasons why.
They are fun and lighthearted, making lunchtime a little more enjoyable.
Kids love great jokes, and a pun can brighten their day and give them something to look forward to.
They are also a great way to reinforce learning, especially reading in younger kids.
They can also encourage kids to think creatively and play with language, which is an important skill to develop.
When you incorporate puns into your lunchbox notes, you're not only making your child laugh but also helping them to learn and grow.
Nothing is going to push that Kindy kid to start learning how to read better than figuring out today's joke so she can share it with her friends!
Here are some of the best sandwich puns that will have your child giggling all day long and make you the best parent ever (for a couple of minutes at least).
The Best sandwich puns
When it comes to sandwich puns, the possibilities are endless.
Think of the worst dad joke and then push it a little bit further to come up with a butter idea...(see what I did there).
I have narrowed it down to the top 98 funniest sandwich puns that are sure to make your child chuckle.
WARNING: cringe-worthy puns ahead!
- I'm on a roll! - perfect for when you have packed a roll for lunch.
- Lettuce celebrate lunchtime! - pop some lettuce in their sandwich for this one!
- You're the PB to my J!
- Don't worry, Brie happy!
- The other day I had a mean sandwich, it tasted average.
- The sandwich walks into a bar and the barman says, “We don’t serve food.”
- I’d tell you the joke about some jam on a piece of bread but you might spread it.
- What’s the best snack for the beach? A sand-wich.
- The tomato turned red because it saw the sandwich dressing.
- I look back and I think my decision to order a veggie sandwich was a 'missed- steak'.
- Do you fancy being a sandwich model? Yes, I sub-pose I would.
- What do you call a cannibal eating a sandwich? A sub-human.
- When I open my restaurant, I refused to make my own sandwiches and instead relied on sub-contractors.
- The pilot preferred his sandwich plane.
- If the earth was one giant sandwich, the entire population would be in-bread.
- I left my sandwich in the elevator at work. I wanted to take my lunch to the next level.
- Do not ever try to eat a chess sandwich because it would be such a stale mate.
- When the sandwich broke up with his bread girlfriend, he told her she deserved butter.
- When putting their kids to bed, the mother told them, “I could have made you a sandwich, but it’s way past your bread time.”
- Why didn’t the sandwich want to stay up late? It was past their bread time.
- What’s a deer‘s least favorite sandwich bread? Sour doe.
- What does Bugs Bunny put on his intergalactic sandwich? Space jam.
- What’s a turtle's favorite sandwich? Peanut butter and jellyfish.
- What do you get if you cross a pig and a witch with sand? A ham sandwich.
- What did the sandwich say when it got a new job? Lettuce celebrate.
- How do you make a toasted sandwich in the jungle? Put it under a gorilla.
- What do you call a monk who steals a grilled cheese sandwich right off the griddle? Out of the frying pan and into the friar.
- What did the bully have for lunch? A knuckle sandwich.
- Did you hear about the celebrity sandwich? Fame went to their bread.
- Why don’t you starve in a desert? Because of all the ‘sand which is’ there.
- What did the caveman order at the café? A Club Sandwich.
- What do you call it when you make sandwiches at a sleepover? Peanut butter and jammies.
- What does the sandwich say to his girlfriend? “I loaf you a lot. You butter believe it!”
- I asked my wife to make me a sandwich. She said, “Poof you’re a sandwich.”
- I decided to open a sandwich shop in the middle of our residential district. It’ll be called Suburbway.
- What’s the loudest kind of sandwich? A B. yell T.
- I was making a sandwich and all of a sudden it flew away. I guess my butterflies!
- After the movie director finished shooting the last scene, I handed him a sandwich. I said, “That’s a wrap.”
- I’m so grilled to see you!
- We’re on a roll!
- That joke was sub-par.
- She’s a great roll-model.
- How did Bob Marley like his sandwiches? With jam-in.
- What did the grilled cheese sandwich say to their date? You make me melt.
- What did the policeman have on his sandwich? Some traffic jam!
- What do cows like to put on their sandwiches? Moo-stard.
- What do elves make sandwiches with? Shortbread.
- What do you get when you eat a sandwich in bed? Bedcrumbs.
- What is yellow and white and travels at 500 miles per hour? A pilot’s egg sandwich.
- I saw a sign in a cafe that said they serve breakfast at any time. I asked for a bacon sandwich during the Industrial Revolution.
- Why do Zombies go to Subway? Because they like to eat flesh.
- Why don’t sandwiches like warm weather? Because things get toasty!
- Why do sandwiches love sitting near a fire? They like to feel toasty.
- What do you call a pack of sandwiches on a skateboard? Meals on wheels.
- What did one sandwich say to the other when they were in trouble? You’re toast.
- What is a printer’s least favorite kind of sandwich? Paper jam.
- When does a sandwich cook? When it’s bakin’ lettuce and tomato.
- What kind of cheese does a guitar enjoy in his sandwich? String cheese.
- Who casts spells at the beach? The sand-witch.
- Why do hamburgers go to the gym? To get better buns.
- The most sophisticated bread is always the upper crust.
- Radical bakers are always going against the whole grain.
- The boxer ordered his favorite lunch again – a knuckle sandwich.
- What do you call a pun sandwich? A Punini.
- What did the sandwich say to the doorman? “Lettuce in.”
- A boy boards a bus with a sandwich in his hand. The bus driver says: ” Hey, this ain’t a restaurant, kid!” The boy replies: “I know. That’s why I brought my own food.”
- What do you use to make an argument sandwich? Disagree-dients.
- A girl was at the store getting a sandwich and some chips, and the guy at the checkout asked, “do you want to go for a drink?”. She replies, “I’m flattered, but I have a boyfriend” and the guy says, “No. It’s part of the meal deal”
- I left my sandwich in the elevator at work. I wanted to take my lunch to the next level.
- Every time I go to my favorite restaurant, I order the club sandwich. I’ve been doing this for years, and I’m not even a member!
- Two lawyers are in a restaurant eating their sandwiches. The owner walks in and says, “You can’t eat your own food in here!” The lawyers sigh and swap sandwiches.
- Why didn’t the potato chips believe anything the sandwich said? Because the sandwich was full of baloney.
- What did the cannibal serve with tea? Finger sandwiches.
- I’m addicted to Boxing Day sandwiches. I’ll have to go cold turkey.
- The tomato made fun of the cheeseburger. “Well, that’s mature!”
- I’ll serve you the best burger of all time, does that set your mind at cheese?
- I’ll eat any kind of burger, I’m so cheesygoing.
- Look no feather for the best chicken burgers.
- Shakespeare didn’t eat chicken burgers, he was too caught up with Ham-let.
- I relish the moment I bite into a tasty burger.
- I had a Wookie burger at a Star Wars cafe. It was a bit Chewie.
- What do wilderness survival experts use to cook their burgers? Bear Grills.
- My burger flew away today. I ordered it plane.
- What did the sandwich say when they forgot their homework? Crumbs.
- Where do astronauts keep their sandwiches? In their launch box.
- What do astronauts put in their sandwiches? Launch meat
- What did the sandwich say when they’d brushed their teeth? I’m ready for bread.
- What’s a singer’s favorite sandwich? So-la-mi.
- Where do sandwiches like to dance? At a meatball.
- Why are pickles in sandwiches always so polite? They’re well-bread.
- Why was the sandwich in a grumpy mood? It woke up on the wrong side of the bread.
- What did the baker say to his assistant after he caught him stealing money from the till? That was a breach of crust.
- What did the arrogant pickle say? I'm kind of a big dill.
- A philosopher’s favorite sandwich is a Philly-osophy
- Pilots prefer plane sandwiches.
- I have a big crust on you!
- I don’t think he is a crust-worthy person
- Though I know it is rather bunpignified behavior, I will still go for the bacon sandwich.
Now that you have more than a few cheesy puns in your arsenal, it's time to add a personal touch to your notes.
Add a personal touch to your notes
Adding a personal touch to your lunchbox notes is a simple way to show your child that you care.
It doesn't have to be anything extravagant or time-consuming, just a little something to let them know that they're loved.
Maybe you could draw a funny picture, write a quick encouraging message, or add a sticker to brighten up their day.
Personalizing your notes will make them far more meaningful and memorable for your child.
It shows that you've taken the time to create something special just for them, which can make all the difference in their day, even though it takes no time at all for you to do it.
Plus, it's an opportunity for you to be creative and have some fun with your child's lunchtime routine!
By incorporating humor and personal touches into your lunchbox notes, you can help your child build confidence, boost their mood, and feel more connected to you.
The benefits of incorporating humor into your child's lunchtime routine
Personalizing your child's lunchbox notes with humor can do more than just make them laugh—it can also have a positive impact on their overall well-being.
By adding a touch of humor and playfulness to their routine, you can help your child build confidence and self-esteem.
Making them feel special, valued, and loved can have a ripple effect on other areas of their life, such as in the classroom or on the playground.
When you include funny puns or jokes in your child's lunchbox note, you are also providing a source of light-heartedness and joy in their day.
Laughing or smiling can release endorphins and reduce stress, which can improve their mood and help them feel more relaxed.
This can be particularly beneficial for children who experience anxiety or nervousness during the school day.
Incorporating humor into your child's lunchtime routine can also strengthen your bond with them.
Knowing that their parent or caregiver put in the effort to make them smile can help them feel more connected and supported.
This can open up a dialogue between you and your child, providing an opportunity for you to talk about their day or any challenges they may be facing.
What to do if your child doesn't find the jokes funny
What if your child doesn't find the jokes funny?
Humor is subjective and everyone has different tastes and a unique sense of humor.
Instead of insisting on using the same jokes repeatedly, try to incorporate different types of humor to see what resonates with your child.
You could include a riddle, a funny story, or a joke based on their favorite TV show.
It is also a good idea to ask your child for feedback and encourage them to suggest jokes or puns they find amusing.
Every joke is not going to be a home run.
A light-hearted, silly pun that doesn't make your child belly laugh can still brighten their day and make them smile because they know you thought about them.
Additionally, you can use this as an opportunity to teach your child that everyone has different senses of humor, and what one person finds funny, another might not.
With a bit of creativity and a willingness to be flexible, you can add some laughter to your child's day and turn their lunchbox notes from boring to hilarious.
Incorporating puns into your child's lunchbox notes is an easy way to inject a bit of humor into their day. Not only do these sandwich puns add a personal touch to their lunchtime routine, but they also provide numerous benefits like fostering creativity and improving their mood.
And if your child doesn't find the jokes funny? Don't worry, keep trying!
With a little persistence, you may just create a new lunchtime tradition that will bring laughter and joy to their day.
Go ahead and give these sandwich puns a try, and watch as your child's lunchtime experience brightens up - one joke at a time.
If you have any sandwich puns or jokes you think we need to include please feel free to leave a comment below and I will happily add it to the list.