Funny Love Puns For The Ones You Love

By Toni Hoy|Updated March 31, 2022
CheckedMedically Reviewed By Whitney White, MS. CMHC, NCC., LPC
Whether it’s a slight giggle or a belly laugh, there’s a little science behind laughter. Laughter is spontaneous. It’s not something you plan. It’s a normal reaction that occurs in your brain when you see or hear something funny. At the sound of humor, your brain releases endorphins that make you happy.
 
Everyone’s brain is different. That could be the reason that some people absolutely love puns and throw them out at every opportunity, and some people groan and merely find them amusing. Puns are short little sayings that include a silly, unexpected play on words. Whenever you want to lighten the mood, you can always have a little pun with them.
 
Dating and Engagement Puns
 
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The dating phase of a relationship is an exciting, carefree time. It’s a time of getting more deeply acquainted and getting to know each other’s family and friends. Dating couples don’t usually have as many responsibilities as married couples, so the dating years are a carefree time where couples can travel together and make plans for their future. The time spent as a boyfriend or girlfriend is a playful time where it’s easy to laugh and tell puns about love.
 

Keep your time together light and fun with this list of love puns.

 
“A girl and her boyfriend went to a party dressed as a barcode. They were an item.”
 
“Girls think marriage has a nice ring to it.”
 
“He popped the question.”
 
“Don’t go bacon my heart.”
 
“Two spiders just got engaged. They met on the web.”
 
“Are you French? Because Eiffel for you.”
 
“The Irish lass was disappointed with her engagement ring because it was a sham-rock.”

“My dog swallowed my engagement ring, and I ended up with a diamond in the ruff.”

“How do you hit on a 30-degree angle? You’re acute girl.”
 
Wedding Puns
 
Social laughter bonds people together. What better time for some social bonding than at a wedding? If you or your future spouse is a habitual punster, there are lots of ways to incorporate puns into your wedding plans. Theme weddings are all the rage. It’s easy enough to engrave a pun onto the napkins or make it part of the table centerpieces. If you’re at a loss for words, a pun can lighten the atmosphere and make a great toast to the happy couple. A lot of planning and anticipation goes on before the big day. Some great puns about love will provide some welcome comic relief.

Check out these wedding puns for your special day.

“It was an emotional wedding; even the cake was in tiers.”

“We were mint to be together.”

“Eat, drink, and be merried.”

“You’re getting meow-ied.”
 
“For butter or worse, a toast to the bride and groom.”
 
“You make miso happy.”
 
Marriage Puns
 
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Couples who have been married a long time may lose a little of that spark that they had while they were dating. Love is no longer new or fresh or exciting. There’s always so much to do and not enough time to do it. Puns are a great way to break up a mundane routine and liven up a lifeless weekday. Puns are a great way to deal with highly stressful situations. They give both partners a chance to poke a little fun at themselves and each other in a light-hearted way.
 
The following puns about love will surely interject a little humor for married couples that need a laugh or two.
 
“My wife says I’m a skeptic, but I don’t believe a word she says.”
 
“The pharmacist found out her husband was having an affair. It was a hard pill to swallow.”
 
“She was the apple of his eye, and he liked to sit down be cider.”
 
“Two shoemakers got married because they were sole-mates.”
 
“They argued about their vacation and finally stayed at the last resort.”
 
“I have a high-fidelity phone. It only calls my wife’s number.”
 
“The All-Pro wide receiver’s wedding was a little bit shaky, but his reception was excellent.”
 
“Marriage is hard, but divorce usually goes off without a hitch.”
 
“My wife likes it when I blow air on her, but honestly, I’m not a fan.”
 
“I accidentally handed my wife a glue stick instead of chapstick. She still isn’t talking to me.”
 
Puns for Your Kids
 
Funny love puns aren’t just for romantic partners or spouses. Kids love to get in on the action too. Parents have to anticipate the occasional eye-roll or a groan and a shake of the head. Children are used to their parents being ultra-serious. It’s good to let them know that Mom or Dad can be a little witty and playful once in a while too. Sharing puns with your children shows them that you’re human and you like to have a little fun once in a while too.
 
Take a look at the puns that follow and find an appropriate time to slip a few in when your kids are least expecting them.

“An invisible man marries an invisible woman. The kids were nothing to look at either.”

“Two cannon balls got married and had BB’s.”

“Pop it like it’s hot.”

“eBay is so useless. I tried to look up lighters, and all they had was 13,749 matches.”

“The first computer dates back to Adam and Eve. It was an Apple with limited memory, just one byte. And then everything crashed.”

“Thanks for explaining the word “many” to me; it means a lot.”
 
“Don’t trust atoms; they make up everything.”
 
“I’m reading a book about anti-gravity. It’s impossible to put down.”
 
“I wasn’t originally going to get a brain transplant, but then I changed my mind.”
 
“What is the best thing about living in Switzerland? Well, the flag is a big plus.”
 
“Namaste in bed.”
 
For the Love Of Food Puns
 
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Love is a universal language, and so is the love of food. Love abounds when friends and families come together. Our bodies need healthy food to sustain us. Whether it’s a formal dinner, a Sunday barbecue, or an afternoon of football on television, the sharing of food and drink puts festivity in the air. Food is delicious and colorful. It smells amazing, and it can be pretty to look at. It makes us think of home or places we’ve been. Food can be yucky and disgusting and gross, especially if you’re a kid. Perhaps the only thing better than sharing food with loved ones is getting down and corny with a few delectable food puns.
 
When you’re hungry for some laughter, feel free to borrow one of these love puns about food.
 
“Words cannot expresso how much you bean to me.”
 
“You have stolen a pizza my heart.”
 
“Lettuce turnip the beet.”
 
“I love you a waffle lot.”
 
“Honeydew you want to get married? No, I cantelope.”
 
“I cannoli be happy when I’m with you.”
 
“Just burned 2,000 calories. That’s the last time I leave brownies in the oven while I nap.”
 
“Did you hear about the guy who got hit in the head with a can of soda? He was lucky it was a soft drink.”
“I know it’s cheesy, but I feel grate!”
“What do you call a fake noodle? An impasta.”
“The bread said to the jelly: you’re totally my jam.”

You don’t have to be a comedian or the life of the party to enjoy a pun, but let’s face it-some of these relationship puns can be pretty entertaining. Some people seem to come up with them more easily than others. Like anything funny, timing sometimes has to do with how well they go over, but they can be a great addition to your relationship.

Even if someone responds by rolling their eyes, smirking, groaning, or shaking their head, if you look closely enough, you’re sure to see the corners of their mouth turn up and catch a glimmer of surprise in their expression. That’s what it’s all about.
 
All silliness aside, joy and laughter should be an integral part of your life. It’s normal to face trials and challenges which will alter your mood for a time. We often feel a rollercoaster of emotions daily, from sadness to elation, and everywhere in between. Even with our regular emotions, we experience highs and lows. If things are feeling a little out of sync, and a pun won’t crack a smile, it’s time to reach out to BetterHelp and be matched with a therapist who can help you bring the joy and spontaneity back into your life.
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