50 Snow Jokes That Are Snow Funny

Oluwatosin Michael
Dec 12, 2023 By Oluwatosin Michael
Originally Published on Oct 19, 2020
Fact-checked by Isobel Murphy
Little boy having fun playing with fresh snow during snowfall.

Every year, vast regions around the world transform into winter wonderlands blanketed in snow. For many, snow means building snowmen, sledding down hills, or perhaps cozying up indoors with a warm drink. But for some, the arrival of snow brings to mind something else: humor.

The frosty appeal of snow isn't limited to just its aesthetic and recreational uses. It has also inspired countless winter jokes, puns, and quips. These jokes are a testament to the human ability to find humor in the most unexpected places.

Here is a collection of playful jests that find comedy in this frosty phenomenon. Snow jokes have always been a way to add some warmth and fun to chilly winter days. They're simple, relatable, and most of all, they're snow much fun to share!

Hilarious Snow Jokes

Snow, with its serene beauty and silent transformation of landscapes, often evokes feelings of wonder and tranquility. Just as it can be a canvas for nature's artistry, it can also be a backdrop for humor.

There's just something amusing about juxtaposing the cold and often challenging nature of snow with light-hearted jests and jibes. Let's explore top snow jokes that will get you giggling in no time!

1. Which one is faster, hot or cold? Hot. You can catch a cold.

2. What's white and goes up? A confused snowflake.

3. Why did Mickey Mouse get hit with a snowball? Because Donald ducked.

4. What do snowmen eat for breakfast? Snowflakes!

5. What sort of ball doesn't bounce? A snowball.

6. Why did the snowball cross the road? To get to the other ice.

7. Where do snowmen love to dance? At a snow ball.

8. Why do Eskimos live in igloos? To ice-olate themselves.

9. How did the Eskimo make his bed? With large blankets of snow and sheets of ice.

10. What's an ig? A snow house without a loo.

11. When a great woolly mammoth sits on top of your igloo, what time is it? Time to build another igloo.

12. What's a snowman's favorite drink? Iced tea.

13. Why did the groom have cold feet? He went barefoot to the wedding.

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

15. What do snowmen do on Christmas? Play with the snow angels.

White snow on a bare tree branches on a frosty winter day.

Snowboarding Jokes And Skiing Jokes

The exhilaration of speeding down snow-covered slopes is an experience that snowboarders and skiers know all too well. These winter sports, while offering adrenaline-pumping moments, also come with their share of amusing incidents and lighthearted banter.

It's no wonder then that they've inspired a slew of jokes. For those who've experienced the joy and occasional clumsiness of snowboarding and skiing, this collection is sure to resonate.

16. What do you call a slow skier? A slope-poke.

17. How does a snowboarder deliver his messages? By air mail.

18. Why are mountains so funny? Because they're hill-areas.

19. What do skiers eat for lunch? Iceberg-ers.

20. Which skiers wear the biggest boots? The one with the biggest feet.

21. What do skiers eat for breakfast? Frosted flakes.

22. What do you call the monkey who won an Olympic gold medal for downhill skiing? A Chimpion

23. What is a skier's favorite game? I-ce Spy.

Jokes About Snow Animals

The animal kingdom is teeming with creatures uniquely adapted to the cold, snowy environments of the planet. From polar bears in the Arctic to penguins in the Antarctic, these snow animals have captivated human imagination for ages.

Their distinct behaviors, survival tactics, and charming antics in the icy realms make them the perfect subjects for light-hearted humor. Here are jokes about the characteristics and behaviors of snow-dwelling animals that are sure to bring a smile to anyone's face.

24. How do you get a snow monster to go away? Get into a heated argument.

25. What kind of maths do Snowy owls like the most? Owl-gebra.

26. What do you call twelve rabbits hopping backward through the snow together? A receding hare line.

27. Who delivers the Christmas presents to baby sharks? Santa Jaws.

28. If your reindeer lost his tail, where would you go to buy him a new one? A re-tail store!

29. Why don't you see penguins in Britain? They're afraid of Wales.

30. Where does a giant polar bear keep its money? In a snowbank.

31. Where do seals go to see movies? The dive-in!

32. What's a sheep's favorite Christmas song? Fleece Navidad.

Cold Weather Jokes

Cold weather is a universal experience that many can relate to. While it often brings challenges like having to layer up or scrape ice off windshields, it also offers a wealth of humorous moments.

The everyday inconveniences and quirks of chilly climates are ripe for comedic interpretation. In this section, you will find a selection of jokes that center around the many facets of cold weather. These jokes highlight the lighter side of dealing with freezing temperatures.

33. What falls during winter and never gets hurt? Snow.

34. What do mountains wear to keep warm? Snow caps.

35. What did the tree say after a long winter? "What a re-leaf!"

36. What did the big stripy hat say to the warm woolly scarf? "You just hang around while I go on ahead."

37. What do you call a group of children who spent the day outside in the cold weather? Chill-dren.

38. What kind of cake does an Ice Queen like to eat on her birthday? The flavor doesn't matter as long as it has lots of frosting.

39. When little white flakes fall past the classroom window, what time is it? Snow and Tell.

40. Why did the boy keep his trumpet out in the snow? Because he liked cool music.

41. How did Jack Frost get to work? By icicle!

42. How was the snow globe feeling? A little shaken.

43. How do you know when it becomes too cold to have a picnic outside? You chip your tooth on your soup.

Knock Knock Jokes

Knock-knock jokes, a perennial favorite in the realm of humor, have a knack for transforming any topic into a playful interchange that elicits smiles and laughter. When it comes to snowy scenarios, these jokes take on an extra layer of fun, combining the classic knock-knock format with wintry elements that are familiar to many.

These jokes are not just a way to lighten up a chilly day, but also a testament to the universal appeal of simple, playful humor.

44. Knock! Knock!

Who's there?


Scold who?

Scold outside!

45. Knock! Knock!

Who's there?


Snow who?

Snow laughing matter!

46. Knock! Knock!

Who's there?


Emma who?

Emma feeling bit cold out here; let me in!

47. Knock! Knock!

Who's there?


Icy who?

Icy you!

48. Knock! Knock!

Who's there?


Freeze who?

Freeze a jolly good fellow!

Freeze a jolly good fellow!

49. Knock! Knock!

Who's there?


Frostbite who?

Frostbite your food, then chew it!

50. Knock! Knock!

Who's there?


Snow who?


Throughout the ages, snow has held a special place in the collective human experience, both as a natural wonder and a source of artistic inspiration.

While snow may blanket the world in silence, it also provides a canvas for laughter and joy. The range of jokes presented here serves not only as a source of entertainment but also resonates with shared experiences, reminding you that even the chilliest of conditions can be viewed through a lens of laughter.

Here's to celebrating the mirthful side of winter, and to finding humor in the flurries and frosts of life.

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Written by Oluwatosin Michael

Bachelor of Science specializing in Microbiology

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Oluwatosin MichaelBachelor of Science specializing in Microbiology

With a Bachelor's in Microbiology from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Oluwatosin has honed his skills as an SEO content writer, editor, and growth manager. He has written articles, conducted extensive research, and optimized content for search engines. His expertise extends to leading link-building efforts and revising onboarding strategies. 

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Fact-checked by Isobel Murphy

Bachelor of Arts specializing in History

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Isobel MurphyBachelor of Arts specializing in History

With a love for exploring cities and finding outdoor spaces to enjoy, Isobel has spent her life exploring various cities in the UK, from her hometown of Surrey to Birmingham where she studied history for three years. She is passionate about sports and enjoys watching and playing, as well as baking and spending quality time with her loved ones.

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