80 Funniest Time Jokes

Navigating the complexities of time through humor, we’ve concocted a series of witty remarks. Whether you’re a physicist or just trying to pass the time, these jokes offer a delightful tickle to your funny bone. Dive in, and let’s warp our sense of time together!

Time One-Liner Jokes

1. I tried speed dating, but I just couldn’t pass the time.

2. My grandfather has a clock on his ankle because he believes in old-timely values.

3. If time doesn’t wait, why does my clock always pause when I’m at work?

4. Have you heard about the timely bank? It has the most interest-ing hours.

5. My clock broke, and now it’s timeless fashion on my wall.

6. Why did the clock go to therapy? It had too many issues ticking.

7. Time might fly, but I’ve been in the boarding line for years.

8. My time management book is overdue at the library, oh, the irony.

9. If you try to define time, it’ll always escape you. Like trying to nail jello to a tree.

10. At the watch store: “This one’s half off.” Me: “But I need to know the full time!”

Time Joke

11. I was late to the time management seminar. Guess it wasn’t for me.

12. When time heals all wounds, what does it prescribe for a broken watch?

13. Never fight with a clock; it’s just a waste of time.

14. I’d tell you a joke about the past, present, and future, but it’s too tense.

15. If you steal a clock, does that mean you’ve taken time?

16. I like my watches like I like my puns — timely.

17. The calendar and the clock had a meeting. It was about time.

18. Time flies like an arrow, but fruit takes its time.

19. Decided to start a watch business in my attic. The time is up.

20. I had a joke about infinity, but it took too much time to tell.

Best Time Puns

21. Why did the clock get kicked out of the library?
It tocked too much!

22. Have you heard about the hungry clock?
It goes back four seconds.

23. I once tried to eat a clock.
It was time-consuming.

24. What do you call a belt made of clocks?
A waist of time.

25. Why did the student eat his homework?
Because his teacher said it was a piece of cake, and he had time to digest the material!

26. When is the best time to go to the dentist?

27. Why was the math book sad?
It had too many problems with time.

28. How do you save time?
You don’t, it’s always running away!

29. Why was the clock in the cafeteria?
It wanted to have a good lunchtime!

30. I wanted to tell you a time-travel joke,
but you didn’t find it funny yesterday.

31. I’d tell you a joke about an infinity clock,
but it takes forever.

32. I’d give you my broken clock,
but it’s not about time.

33. What did one wall clock say to the other?
“I’ve got your back!”

34. Why did the scarecrow win a prize?
He was outstanding in his field, just in time.

35. If you’ve seen one time-travel joke,
you’ve seen them all next week.

Time Joke

36. I wanted to make a belt of watches,
but then I realized it was a waist of time.

37. The daylight savings time change always throws me off.
I guess I’m just not a fan of shifting time.

38. Why was the time traveler always calm?
He could always go back to a time when he wasn’t stressed.

39. I’d tell you a joke about the past, present, and future…
but they’re timeless.

40. I tried to catch fog once, but I mist my chance.
At least it wasn’t a waste of time!

41. When I asked my physicist friend about his long-distance relationship,
he said it’s just a matter of relative time.

42. I thought time was dragging, but my physicist friend said,
“No, it’s just your relatives.”

43. At family dinners, time doesn’t fly or drag.
It just becomes relative.

44. I tried to make a relative clock.
It only works during family reunions.

45. If your relatives are late for dinner,
is that considered a delay in relative time?

46. My uncle believes he’s Einstein.
Every time I ask for the time, he lectures me on relativity.

47. I’d tell you how long I spent with my relatives,
but time’s relative, and so were they.

48. Bought a “Relativity Watch.”
It slows down every family gathering.

49. I wore a relative watch to the family dinner.
Bad idea; it stopped.

50. “Why does time seem different around your family?”
“Must be a relative thing.”

Most Funny Time Jokes

51. If time travel becomes possible,
I’d go back to the time when I thought I’d have more free time as an adult.

52. My alarm clock is clearly jealous of my amazing relationship with my bed.

53. I had a joke about daylight savings time,
but I lost an hour trying to remember it.

54. Why did the calendar look so popular?
Because it had a lot of dates.

55. I just found out I’m allergic to time;
it makes me break out in age spots.

56. Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana.
But why does work time crawl like a snail?

57. Have you heard about the time-traveling comedian?
He always goes back for a second laugh.

58. They say time heals all wounds.
Clearly, time hasn’t met paper cuts.

59. If procrastination was a time sport,
I’d compete in it later.

60. I always wanted to be a watchmaker.
It seemed like a good way to kill time.

61. I’ve just read a book on the history of glue.
Couldn’t put it down, much like time.

62. They told me to enjoy my meal in no time.
So, I didn’t eat.

63. I was going to make a belt with watches,
but then I realized it was just a waist of time.

64. If you’re late because you’re watching a documentary on time…
is it still considered wasting time?

65. I waited for a sign to start understanding time better.
Then my watch stopped.

Time Joke

66. They say time waits for no one, but when I’m waiting in line,
time seems to have an eternity.

67. If you can’t find the time to do something, don’t worry.
It’s probably hanging out with my missing socks.

68. Time’s best invention was the snooze button.

69. You know you’re getting older
when your back goes out more than you do.

70. If I had a dollar for every time I thought about time…
I’d probably spend it on more time.

71. If two physicists had a baby,
would they call it relative time?

72. I asked Einstein if he had the time.
He said it was all relative.

73. When you sit with your in-laws,
time isn’t just relative; it feels infinite.

74. My family’s reunions are so long that even Einstein would reconsider
his theories on relative time.

75. If time is relative,
why can’t I skip to the Friday part of the week?

76. My clock broke in the physics lab,
and now it only shows relative time.

77. At the family gathering, I asked my cousin for the time.
She said, “It’s relative.”

78. I bought a watch from a physicist,
but it only works when relatives are around.

79. The biggest difference between time and relatives?
I can choose to ignore time.

80. “How long is this physics lecture?”
“Well, that’s relative.”


As our journey through time and humor comes to an end, we hope these quips brought a smile to your day. Remember, time might be relative, but laughter is universal. Until our next comedic adventure, keep those smiles timely!


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