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The Best 63 Sandwich Puns That Kids Will Loaf

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These sandwich puns are the best in-shop, just the way you like it, we're sure.

Sandwich puns are funny because you just don't see them coming! Regardless of how you like your sandwich: plain, with meat, without, or cut into butterflies, there's a fantastically funny sandwich-related pun for you. If a lunchtime spud is more for you, we've got the best potato puns for that as well!

Did you know that there were so many puns that could be said about two slices of bread with filling in the middle? With that said, these funny sandwich puns are surely set to make you smile, without having to say 'cheese'! 

Sandwich-Related Puns To Make Your Day

Below you'll find some of the best sandwich-related puns to make you chuckle, crust us!

1. A sandwich walks into a restaurant and the waitress says 'Sorry, we don't serve food'.

2. My sandwich is jam-packed.

3. Having a sandwich is the best way to fill the gap between trains.

4. Every now and then I fall apart.

5. I don't eat chess sandwiches, because they're such a stalemate.

6. I'm so grilled to see you!

7. We're on a roll!

8. That joke was sub-par.

9. You must be so grilled!

10. She's a great roll-model.

11. I'm barley getting by.

12. I'm grilled for you!

13. I look back and I think my decision to order a vegetarian sandwich was a missed steak.

14. Ready to roll?

15. No matter how you slice it.

16. It's crazy! We always finish each other's sandwiches.

17. I had a mean sandwich a few days ago, it tasted average.

Little girl sat at the kitchen table holding up a piece of bread which she's poked holes in, laughing at it.

Get Bready...

Bready or not, here the continued puns come...

18. You're toast.

19. A wheat off my shoulders.

20. Wheat are you up to today?

21. They both went bread to bread.

22. Now and a grain.

23. Buy one, baguette one free!

24. I crust you!

25. That was a breach of crust.

26. Don't baguette your hat!

27. That went straight over my bread.

28. I think I can baguette away with it.

29. From your bread to your toes.

30. It's crust a matter of time.

31. Lest we baguette.

32. All the fame has gone to his bread.

33. Come a grain?

34. Wheat took our time.

35. Pull your wheat.

36. It's past my bread time.

37. Wheat love for you to join us.

38. Wheat and see.

39. Over and over a grain.

40. Baguette cracking.

41. Never a grain.

42. Keep your bread above the water.

43. I'm trying to baguette into the habit of it.

44. You're such a crust-worthy person.

45. Baguette it, you wouldn't understand.

46. It's crust around the corner.

Don't Forget Your Filling(-Related Pun)s too!

Puns about sandwiches offer so much room for humor because of the range of things you can put in them: from the humble spread of butter to layers and layers of food, sandwiches are a versatile food. For this reason, it only makes sense that puns about the sandwich are equally as versatile.

47. I'd tell you the joke about peanut butter and jam on toast, but you might spread it.

48. Sweet dreams are made of cheese.

49. It's no big dill...

50. Butter late than never.

51. Could you lettuce in?

52. I've got a butter idea.

53. The tomato turned red because it saw the sandwich dressing.

54. Lettuce go one by one, otherwise we'll get jammed!

55. Here today, gone tomato.

56. Lettuce eat!

57. A butter pill to swallow.

58. I got a shiver from my head tomatoes.

59. Until the butter end.

60. But it lettuce to the wrong place!

61. Lettuce celebrate!

62. You want me to drive you there? I don't avocado!

63. Anything you can do, I can do butter.

Temitope is a Fine Art student in London who loves to learn and loves to express herself creatively. A Private Tutor also, she enjoys the opportunity to share her knowledge with children from Primary School all the way up to Sixth Form and finds it incredibly rewarding. When she isn’t writing or tutoring, you could find her painting, editing photos, baking or building Lego with her nephew.

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