Check Out These Funny Maine Jokes

A collection of the funniest Maine jokes. If you’re from Maine or just love Maine humor, check out these jokes!

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Jokes about Maine

Why did the chicken cross the road in Maine?

To get to the other side of the moose!

Why are there so many deer in Maine?

Because they can’t afford cars!

Why did the lobster roll out of bed?
Because he was feeling crusty!

Jokes about Mainers

Are you looking for some laughs? If you’re from Maine or know someone who is, you’ll appreciate these Maine jokes.

Maine is known for its lobster. But did you know that Maine is also the birth place of the whoopie pie? And Mainers are proud of both! Just ask anyone from Maine and they’ll tell you, “If it’s not lobster, then it’s whoopie pies!”

Mainers are also known for their love of the outdoors. So it’s no surprise that one of their favorite pastimes is hiking. When asked why they love hiking so much, one Mainer said, “Because it gives us a chance to get away from all the tourists!”

And speaking of tourists, Mainers are known for their hospitality. But they also have a reputation for being a bit gruff. So if you’re planning a trip to Maine, be prepared for some good-natured ribbing. Just remember, it’s all in good fun. And at the end of the day, everyone will be sure to say, “You’re not from around here, are you?”

Jokes about lobster

Why did the lobster blush?
Because the seaweed tickled his feet!

Why did the lobster cross the road?
To get to the other tide!

Why did the crab share his food?
Because he was a little shellfish!

What do you call a lazy lobster?
A couch potato!

Jokes about moose

Why did the moose go to the doctor?

Because he was feeling a little bit sick!

Jokes about the weather

Why don’t they have Christmas in Maine? Because they can’t find a Christmas tree big enough to fit a moose in!

What do you call a snowman with a six-pack? An abdominal snowman!

Why did the snowman smile at the woman walking by? Because he thought she was packing heat!

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