Geography Jokes

Geography Jokes

Who says science jokes are not funny? Below you can see some of the best Geography jokes we know, along with short explanations to the more obscure of them.

Do you know any funny Geography jokes yourself? Let us know in the comment section below.


G1.

"How did the geography student drown?"

"His grades were below C-level."

Explanation

Grades in some countries are marked with letters - A, B, C, etc. "C-level" is a word play with "sea level".


G2.

"Where do all pencils come from?"

"Pennsylvania."

Explanation

Transylvania in Romania is supposedly the place where all vampires come from.


G3.

A giant destroyed 3 countries the other day. He picked up Turkey, dipped it in Greece, and then fried it in Japan.

Explanation

The joke sounds like "A giant destroyed 3 countries the other day. He picked up a turkey, dipped it in grease, and then fried it in a pan."


G4.

"What is smarter - longitude or latitude?"

"Longitude - it has 360 degrees."

Explanation

Latitude has 180 degrees in total, longitude has 360.


G5.

"Why do paper maps never win poker tournaments?"

"Because they always fold."

Explanation

In poker folding is forfeiting the current hand.


G6.

"What do fish and maps have in common?"

"They both have scales."


G7.

"What is round on the ends and high in the middle?"

"Ohio."

Explanation

O-hi-o is a state in the US.


G8.

"Where is it 90 degrees, but it is never hot?"

"The North and the South pole."

Explanation

The North and South poles are located on +90 and -90 degrees latitude.


G9.

"What did Delaware?"

"A New Jersey."

Explanation

Delaware and New Jersey are US states. The joke sounds like "What Dela wear? A new jersey."


G10.

"What do you call the little rivers which flow into the Nile?"

"Juveniles."


G11.

"What sort of pudding roams wild in the Arctic circle?"
"Moose."

Explanation

Moose (sounds like the desert mousse) can be seen in the arctic circle.


G12.

"What did the sea say to the shore?"

"Nothing, it just waved."


G13.

"Where do fish keep their money?"

"In riverbanks."

Explanation

River bank is the land alongside the bed of a river.


G14.

"What do you call a country that looks like one thigh?"

"Taiwan."

Explanation

Taiwan sounds like "thigh-one".


G15.

"What do you call a stoner's wife?"

"Mississippi."

Explanation

The river Mississippi sounds like "Mrs Hippy".


G16.

"What city always cheats at exams?"

"Peking."

Explanation

Peking, the capital of China, sounds like "peeking".


G17.

"Which is the pirates' favorite country?"

"Aaarrrgghhentina!"

Explanation

"Aaarrrgghh!" is a famous pirate's exclamation.


G18.

"Why does the boogey man know all the map symbols?"

"Because he is a legend."

Explanation

The legend on the map describes the meanings of all symbols.