Wolves are mammals with thick brown and grey fur, and they are also known for a striking howl that makes them particularly punny, hence this pun-packed post.
Popularized by fictional cartoons and films, werewolves are mythical creatures who are both human and wolf. Often, the human transforms into a werewolf (with both human and wolf features) when there is a full moon.
Did you know that the average lifespan of a wolf is between six and eight years and some wolves can weigh up to 80 kilograms? A single wolf can eat nine kilograms of food in one sitting, but they can also go over a week without food. A lone or lost wolf may howl to get the attention of its pack, letting out that piercing howl that we all associate with wolves.
Now you know all you need to know about wolves and werewolves, let the puns begin!
If we've got you feeling keen for all things wolf-related, why not try making an origami wolf. Or perhaps you want to hear some more puns about less scary animals? Take a look here at some deer puns to make you laugh.
Wacky Wolf Puns
These wolf puns are a fearsome pack and each packs its own punch - try getting these out of your head!
1.Aoooooooooowwwwwwwwwww that hurt!
2.What a howling experience.
4.Howl you doin?
5.That was a howling good time.
6.Wolves love their fast food.
7.A wolf's favorite day of the week is Moonday.
8.A wolf's favorite author is Virginia Wolf, of course!
9.Don't wolf down your food!
10.Wolfles with whipped cream and strawberries is a well-loved breakfast for many.
11.I have a bone to pick with you!
12.We have to go naooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwww.
13.I just can't make head or tail of it.
14.Chasing your own tail will not make ends meet.
15.Live to tell the tail.
16.That was a howling adventure!
17.Wolf it down then take a big gulp of water after.
18.Give that to me naooooooooooooooowwwwwwwww!
Fur-rocious Fur Puns
These wolf fur puns will be definitely be fur you.
19.Worse fur wear.
20.A penny fur your thoughts?
21.Can't see the forest fur the trees.
22.Cause fur concern.
23.Different strokes fur different folks.
24.Fur what it's worth.
25.Fur the time being.
26.You're asking fur trouble.
27.There is an unidentified fureign object in the bagging area!
28.Too close fur comfort.
29.Fur the fun of it.
30.Lost in a fureign place.
32.Fur your information.
33.Fishing fur compliments.
34.Make sure you aren't taken fur granted.
35.A sight fur sore eyes.
36.Those were some poignant words from the philosofur.
37.I'm considering becoming a cinematografur.
38.You must stand up fur what you believe in.
39.This is a natural furnomenon.
40.Go fur it!
41.What a furnomenal victory!
43.Spoiled fur choice.
44.One fur the count.
45.The furcast for tomorrow is heavy showers.
46.We've got a great wedding furtographer.
47.A furce to be reckoned with.
48.Fur crying out loud!
49.Move furwards, not backwards.
50.So on and so furth.
51.That is furbidden.
52.I've never met anyone so furless.
53.Similes and metafurs.
54.This message is almost indecifurable.
55.An offur you can't refuse.
56.Fur better or fur worse.
57.I beg to diffur.
58.Make a diffurence.
59.Marching to the beat of a diffurent drum.
60.Are you fur real?
61.That was a furm handshake.
62.At furst, I thought it was something diffurent.
Puns About Werewolves
So now you're aware(wolf) that werewolves are part-human, part-wolf, these puns about werewolves are set to leave you howling!
63.Ready to wear-wolf.
64.What a werewolf movie, talk about howling!
65.Wear-wolf and tear.
66.If not now, when-wolf?
68.I wasn't aware-wolf.
69.Be careful with the chinaware-wolf!
70.We've got some really great ovenware-wolf.
71.Werewolves keep their spare things in a were-house.
72.An expert in software-wolf.
73.Wash and wear-wolf.
74.I've no idea what to wear-wolf?
75.It's easier to prepare meals with this new cookware-wolf.
76.I was unaware-wolf.
77.A wolf with bad language is called a swear-wolf.
78.We need to change the hardware-wolf.
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