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60 Frog Puns and Jokes: That Will Croak You Up

Hop into this list of toad-ally hilarious frog jokes that will have you croaking up.

Are you ready to croak with laughter? Hop on by for a list of 60 frog-tastic jokes about your favorite amphibian.

On this list, you will find knock-knock giggles, one-liner frog puns and jokes, and super short riddles to earn a ribbeting round of laughter.

Whether you’re trying to make your kids leap for joy (we know it’s hard) or looking for some more dad jokes to add to your portfolio, stick around. These jokes won’t disappoint.

Knock-Knock Frog Jokes

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When you come knocking for frog jokes, I come knocking with classic knock-knock humor. These cute interactive jokes are toad-ally hilarious; both kids and grandparents will love them.

  1. Knock, knock.
    Who’s there?
    Kermit who?
    Kermit the Frog, reporting for duty!
  2. Knock, knock.
    Who’s there?
    Toad who?
    Toad you already. Don’t you listen?
  3. Knock, knock.
    Who’s there?
    Kermit who?
    Kermit a crime, and you’ll get arrested.
  4. Knock, knock.
    Who’s there?
    Hop who?
    Hoppy birthday to you!
  5. Knock, knock.
    Who’s there?
    Frog who?
    Frog-ot my homework! Have you finished yours?
  6. Knock, knock.
    Who’s there?
    Ribbit who?
    Ribbit’s me!
  7. Knock, knock.
    Who’s there?
    Croaking who?
    Croaking up over here! Stop telling jokes!
  8. Knock, knock.
    Who’s there?
    Croak who?
    Croak-a-doodle-do, good morning!

Frog Joke One-Liners

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Earn a quick croak of laughter with these silly one-liner jokes for adults and kids. No need to ask a question and wait for an answer; simply ribbet out one of these sayings, and your friends will be rolling on their lily pads laughing!

  1. When frogs are sad, they feel very unhoppy.
  2. Frogs love listening to hip-hop music.
  3. Frogs are always so happy. They eat whatever bugs them!
  4. Did you hear about the toad who died? He just croaked it!
  5. When I was young, I dressed up as a frog and robbed a bank. It was the first time I Kermit-ted a crime.
  6. I met a very well-educated frog at the library yesterday. Every book I picked up, he said, “Read it, read it.”
  7. Never trust frogs. They’re liars. Or, as I call them, am-fib-ians.
  8. I went to the restaurant and asked the waiter, “Do you have frog legs?” He looked at me and said, “No, sir, I always walk this way.”
  9. The frog went to the doctor toad-ay. Luckily, he got a good frog-nosis.
  10. Did you hear about the frog who went to the bank with a gun? He wanted to robbit.
  11. A fly told a frog, “Time flies when you’re having fun!” The frog said back, “Actually, time’s fun when you’re having flies!”
  12. Toads love watching TV. They find it ribbiting.
  13. Did you hear about the frog’s car when the parking meter expired? It got toad!
  14. I know some funny jokes about frogs. You’ll find them ribbeting.
  15. Frogs hate origami. Whenever they see a piece of paper, they just ribbet!

Best Frog Jokes for Kids

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Need some toad puns and jokes for your kids? These child-friendly jokes are so funny; your little one will love sharing them with friends, family, and teachers.

  1. What’s green and loud?
    A foghorn.
  2. What do you get when you cross a frog and a dog?
    A croaker spaniel.
  3. What do you call a frog with no legs?
  4. What do frogs dress up as for Halloween?
    A prince.
  5. What’s a frog’s favorite footwear?
    Open toed sandals.
  6. What do you get when you cross a frog and mist?
    Kermit the Frog.
  7. What kind of pole is short and floppy?
    A tadpole.
  8. What do you get when you cross a snake and a frog?
    A jump rope.
  9. What do you call a girl with a frog on her head?
  10. What happens when two frogs collide?
    They get tongue-tied.
  11. Why did the toad ignore his imaginary friend?
    He realized he was a frog-ment of his imagination.
  12. What did the frog say when his girlfriend dumped him on Valentine’s Day?
    I wish you’d told me sooner.
  13. What do Winnie the Pooh and Kermit the Frog both have in common?
    Their middle name.
  14. What’s a frog’s favorite car?
    A beetle.
  15. What does a frog order at McDonald’s?
    French flies and a diet croak.

Funny Toad Puns

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Check out this list if you’re set on learning clever toad puns. Below, you’ll find 10 excellent puns for breaking the ice or captioning a frog-related photo online.

  1. I frog-ot what I was going to say.
  2. Can I depend on you or not?
  3. Amphibians are toad-ally cool, dude.
  4. You’re un-frog-gettable.
  5. He’s hopping mad!
  6. It’s really froggy on the roads tonight.
  7. Real princesses don’t kiss toads.
  8. Do you want a croak-a-cola?
  9. The frog documentary was ribbeting!
  10. That toad has a strong frog-rance.

Short Frog Jokes

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Finally, the list is complete with 12 short frog jokes that will make you croak up with laughter.

  1. Three frogs walked into a bar.
    The fourth frog ducked.
  2. Did you hear about the short-sighted frog?
    He had to go to the Hopthamologist.
  3. What kind of music do sophisticated frogs listen to?
  4. What do you call a frog hanging from the ceiling on Christmas?
  5. What is a frog’s favorite sport?
  6. What does a frog wear on St. Patrick’s Day?
  7. What did the bus driver say to the toad?
    “Hop on!”
  8. What’s a toad’s favorite website?
    Reddit! Reddit! Reddit!
  9. What do stylish frogs wear?
  10. Why was the toad dead?
    He just croaked it.
  11. What’s a frog’s favorite year?
    A leap year.
  12. What’s green with red spots?
    A frog with chickenpox.

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Beth McCallum

Beth McCallum is a Scottish freelance writer & book blogger with a degree in creative writing, journalism and English literature. She is a mum to a young boy, and believes that it truly takes a village. When she’s not parenting, writing about parenting, or working, she can be found reading, working on her novel, taking photos, playing board games or wandering through the countryside with her family.