Deck the halls the Christmas festive season is fast approaching! It’s time to prepare for some fun by gathering your Christmas jokes to share at the family Christmas feast.

Christmas jokes are a good ice breaker especially if the air is a little tense! It’s a great way to unite people. Give them to the kids and get them to tell a few jokes. It’s a great way to have them feeling special and interacting with the adults too. Everyone enjoys a good laugh. Will you share a good laugh this festive season?

Here are 7 all-time favorite classic Christmas jokes to help you with your preparations to ensure some festive fun. These classic Christmas jokes are guaranteed to get a laugh whether young or old:

1. Q: Knock Knock.

A: Who’s there?

Q: Mary

A: Mary who?

Mary Christmas!

2. Q: What’s the favorite Christmas Carol of new parents?

A: Silent Night!

3. Q: What did one Christmas light say to the other Christmas light?

A: You light me up!

4. Q: What’s the best thing to put into Christmas dinner?

A: Your teeth!

5. Q: What did Adam say on the day before Christmas?

A: It’s Christmas, Eve!

6. Q: b>What do wild animals sing at Christmas-time?

A: Jungle bells, jungle bells, jungle all the way!

7. Q: Why do Mummies like Christmas so much?

A: Because of all the wrapping!

Here’s what some researchers say about laughter:

Many researchers and experts tell us that a good hearty laugh is infectious and has many social and health benefits. They say it has the power to elevate one’s mood, reduce stress, lower blood pressure, protect the heart, boost immune system, improve brain functioning, connect you to others, foster instant relaxation, and generally give you an overall good feeling. So who wouldn’t want some of these benefits this Christmas!

“Laughter is very powerful medicine. It can lower stress, dissolve anger and unite families in their resolve to overcome troubled times.” University of Nebraska

Remember during this Christmas festive season you have the choice – to laugh or not to laugh! So be merry, bring along a few Christmas jokes to the Christmas festivities and enjoy a good laugh and the many benefits that come with laughing this festive Christmas season!


Source by Bernadette Dimitrov